Went out last week and found several June pests that might be of interest to folks.
At this particular field, the grower had treated with Asana + Dimethoate with his mistblower before bud break this spring. Though there was still live scale, it hadn't spread to new trees, so we counted the treatment as a success, since it was far less expensive than spraying with a high pressure sprayer. The grower was going to cut out the worst trees for scale (he'd have a hard time selling them anyway), and will retreat in a few days with his mistblower while the crawler number is at its peak. Hopefully that may also give him twig aphid control next year.
This particular block of trees had been treated with dimethoate in the spring. No control of woollies. The grower will spray with Talstar sometime this fall.