May 15th 2010 Issue

Wasps ruin cherry crop

By |May 15th, 2010|

The European paper wasp looks similar to a yellow jacket, but has a narrower body and longer hind legs.

Cherry [...]

You hear that buzz?

By |May 15th, 2010|

SweeTango orchards like this one at Pepin Heights produced enough fruit last year to start the buzz, which could [...]

Cherries with stems

By |May 15th, 2010|

The challenge is getting the cherry to separate at the upper abscission zone at the twig.

In the complex world [...]

Geneva releases FOUR new rootstocks

By |May 15th, 2010|

This rootstock, commercialized as Geneva 214, is one of four newly released from the New York breeding program. Growers [...]

Good Job

By |May 15th, 2010|

Harold Thome is Pomesters’ Fruit Man of the Year
Harold Thome, a fourth-generation apple grower on Fruit Ridge near [...]

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By |May 15th, 2010|

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Moth poses little risk in Taiwan

By |May 15th, 2010|

Dr. Lisa Neven is studying the survival of codling moth larvae in tropical conditions.

There is little risk of codling [...]

Keeping cherry growing profitable

By |May 15th, 2010|

A “dream team” of cherry researchers from across the nation is working on a project designed to help assure [...]

Protect trees from weeds and pests

By |May 15th, 2010|

Control weeds while they’re small and easy to kill, so they don’t compete with the young trees.

In a new [...]

Clonal research takes years and money

By |May 15th, 2010|

UC staff member Jorge Osorio Aguilar weighs grapes from a Syrah clonal selection under test for San Joaquin Valley [...]