March 15th 2008 Issue

Basic bee biology

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An understanding of basic honeybee biology can help orchardists make the best use of bees

Club varieties a gamble

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Planting a managed apple variety is a big gamble with high stakes, and growers should be wary about planting them

Winners and losers

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For apple growers who are hoping that new varieties will be the key to staying profitable in the future, Steve

Reviving Central Asian orchards

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This slit on apple wood has been opened up to reveal overwintering leafhopper eggs. They typically lay 8

Bee buzz

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National Pollinator Week is in June. Bee foodMegaBee is the name of a new bee diet

Pink Lady, the brand pioneer

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The owners of the Pink Lady brand were among the pioneers of branded apple varieties.

Thinner winner

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In more than 200 chemical thinning trials that the Washington Tree Fruit Research Commission has conducted on apples over the

Open releases are slow to pay back

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Dr. David Bedford, apple breeder at the University of Minnesota, makes crosses for the breeding program. It takes

Sports update

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Managed variety programs allow a variety owner to control any sports that are found, which apple breeder Dr. David Bedford

Honeycrisp patents

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The U.S. patent on the Honeycrisp apple expires in November of this year, which means that no royalties will be

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