Cat-facing damage to apple.
Leaf-footed plant bugs can cause cat-facing damage.
Sometimes cat-facing insects cause peach fruits to ooze.
Bitter pit damage to apple mostly occurs toward the bottom of the fruit.
If you are hanging a yellow sticky trap, you can identify the flies based on wing patterns.
Peach twig borer larva.
When pruning out raspberry horntail, look at the pith for indication of frass (right), and keep pruning until it is white (left).
Raspberry horntail feeding causes the tops of canes to wilt and foliage to dry.
Codling moth entries at calyx end (left) and on the side (right), showing copious frass.
Chlorosis of foliage caused by lack of iron is becoming visible in orchards now.
Prune out fire blight infections to healthy wood, as far as 14 inches from visible symptoms, if possible.
Coryneum blight symptoms on apricot foliage (left) and new fruits (right).
Frass (excrement) on surface of apple fruitlet from codling moth feeding.