By admin|2014-03-27T11:05:29+00:00May 15th, 2011|
Du Chen, a visiting doctoral student at Washington State University in Prosser, tests a cherry with a digital
By Richard Lehnert|2014-01-10T16:06:48+00:00May 15th, 2011|
Fruit growers in the northeastern quadrant of the country are witnessing the ongoing clamor for sweet cherries, from consumers wanting
By Melissa Hansen|2016-05-18T13:29:41+00:00May 15th, 2011|
Harvest is a few weeks away, and rain is in the forecast. Before rushing to apply products to minimize
By Richard Lehnert|2014-01-10T16:29:42+00:00May 15th, 2011|
This test planting, made early last year, looked like this already in July. Greg Lang shows off a UFO tree.
By admin|2014-03-27T11:04:29+00:00May 15th, 2011|
This 50-acre Creekbend Vineyard planting is surrounded on three sides by field crops. It’s registered on the Pesticide
By Richard Lehnert|2014-01-10T16:33:15+00:00May 15th, 2011|
Bob Andersen (left) is evaluating some 60,000 seedlings created from the breeding work of David Cain (right).
The cherry breeding program
By Geraldine Warner|2014-01-10T16:04:17+00:00May 15th, 2011|
Wasps that parasitize brown marmorated stinkbug eggs are being screened in quarantine.
Apple growers in the Mid-Atlantic region figure they suffered
By Melissa Hansen|2014-01-10T15:59:26+00:00May 15th, 2011|
Sweet cherry promoters would like to be able to say “a bowl of cherries a day will keep cancer away,”
By Melissa Hansen|2014-01-10T16:31:37+00:00May 15th, 2011|
Up to 20 acres of cherries were seen being grown under greenhouse covers during a trip to learn about China’s
By Richard Lehnert|2014-01-10T16:39:25+00:00May 15th, 2011|
Bob Andersen retired as Cornell’s stone fruit breeder in 2004, when this picture was taken, and now works with David