WSTFA annual meeting — Wednesday wrapup

By |December 7th, 2016|

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Farm transfer planning and lending were the topics in one Wednesday morning session about “Future Farmers” at the Washington State

Spraying with precision — Video

By |November 18th, 2016|

Cornell researcher offers tips for making your grandfather’s sprayer more effective, but says precision sprayers are the future.

Thinning without carbaryl

By |October 21st, 2016|

Darwin thinning followed by MaxCel application shows promise for Galas and Honeycrisps.

Beating bitter pit in Honeycrisp

By |October 19th, 2016|

The key lies in combining foliar calcium sprays with reduced potassium fertilization.

Latest MRL report is available for apples and cherries

By |October 7th, 2016|

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In response to increasing industry concerns about complying with Maximum Residue Levels (MRLs) for pesticides in export markets, the Washington

Bayer AG says it will no longer sell Belt (flubendiamide)

By |August 12th, 2016|

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Bayer AG announced it will no longer sell Belt (flubendiamide) insecticide in the United States on Friday, July 29, the

Promising progress for solid-set delivery

By |August 11th, 2016|

MSU research team improves system to reduce chemical waste.

Bearing down on black stem borers – VIDEO

By |July 29th, 2016|

New York researchers working to stop one of the newest apple pests.

Tree Fruit Research Commission releases new cherry pesticide study

By |July 21st, 2016|

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For growers looking to export, the Washington Tree Fruit Research Commission has released a new study of residues on cherries

Hoppers at heart of red blotch

By |May 26th, 2016|

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Researchers at the University of California, Davis, have identified the three-cornered alfalfa treehopper (Spissistilus festinus) as the first known vector

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