March 1st 2013 Issue

Bug pheromone studied

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In tree fruit pest management, most monitoring and mating disruption technologies are based on phero­mones that female insects release [...]

For the birds

By |March 1st, 2013|

Preliminary estimates of bird damage to fruit crops made during 2012 show what fruit growers already know: Fruit production [...]

Topping shoots

By |March 1st, 2013|

Retired veterinarian and horticulturist Dr. Tom Miller says topping shoots when they reach the trellis midwire will help avoid [...]

Air volume should match canopy volume

By |March 1st, 2013|

As growers move to modern, high-density planting systems to improve yield and orchard management, they need to match the [...]

Bacterial canker

By |March 1st, 2013|

The weather turned hot and dry—­conditions conducive to healing the cuts without making the canker situation worse. Then, the [...]

Speak out

By |March 1st, 2013|

Proposed regulations to implement the Food Safety Modernization Act could bring dramatic changes to the growing, harvest, and packing [...]

A new tool for IPM

By |March 1st, 2013|

In recent years, the use of insect models has become an important tool in pest management. Current models help [...]

The Top Five

By |March 1st, 2013|

Before you buy a new orchard sprayer, you’ll want to think about it a bit. A sprayer is a [...]

Enveloping vines in warmth

By |March 1st, 2013|

Washington’s Olympic Peninsula is on the edge of being able to successfully ripen many traditional wine grape varieties. And [...]

Good Point: Forecasting future Asian import demand

By |March 1st, 2013|

More information on the study is available on the Web site www.e-belrose.com or by sending an e-mail to belrose@pullman.com.

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