By Good Fruit Grower|2017-02-02T08:17:34+00:00February 2nd, 2017|
Whole tree renewal is an admittedly wild notion, but it appears to be working, according to Michigan State University cherry
By Ross Courtney|2017-02-02T08:19:55+00:00February 1st, 2017|
Replace traditional limb-by-limb method by starting over, one tree at a time
By Ross Courtney|2017-01-27T10:05:37+00:00January 27th, 2017|
Natamycin emerges as a possible nontoxic postharvest fungicide.
By Shannon Dininny|2017-01-25T20:25:45+00:00January 26th, 2017|
Much is still unknown about contamination risks from pathogens in fruit packing warehouses. Researchers across the country are working to
By Good Fruit Grower|2017-01-27T11:10:21+00:00January 25th, 2017|
The Plant Management Network has released a new web presentation called “Fire Blight and Streptomycin Resistance.”
The webcast covers the biological
By Good Fruit Grower|2017-01-25T09:24:11+00:00January 25th, 2017|
Packers have options to help protect against Honeycrisp storage disorders.
By Kate Prengaman|2017-01-25T09:23:57+00:00January 25th, 2017|
Researchers look for postharvest strategies to reduce bitter pit risks in Honeycrisp.
By Kate Prengaman|2017-01-25T09:03:10+00:00January 25th, 2017|
Warehouses employ a variety of strategies to prevent superficial scald from spoiling apples during storage, but, in most cases, the
By Ross Courtney|2017-01-19T13:58:15+00:00January 19th, 2017|
When placing the end post of your orchard trellis system, think of a game of tug of war.
The human body,
By Good Fruit Grower|2017-01-19T12:39:23+00:00January 18th, 2017|
The Washington State Grape and Wine Research Program’s research review has been rescheduled for January 30 and 31 at the