Leafroller larvae form webs and use them to curl leaves into protective structures.
Photo Courtesy Of Washington State University
Obliquebanded leafroller has been increasing as a problem in tart cherries in recent years, where the black-headed green
Recent Washington State grower experiences of finding disease in a vineyard planted with certified stock have highlighted the weaknesses of state plant health certification programs and the need for program improvement.
“We thought we had something
When apple breeders in New Jersey, Indiana, and Illinois came together in 1926 to form the Purdue-Rutgers-Illinois university collaboration called PRI, their number-one goal was to create new apple varieties that were scab resistant.
Published January 15, 2011
The South Tyrol Advisory Service performs many of the same services that Cooperative Extension does in the United States—educating growers about integrated pest management, irrigation, fertility, and nutrition. The biggest difference is
Dave Rosenberger described how he tested the effectiveness of low-volume nonrecycling drenches for fruit going into storage. His audience included New York fruit growers and International Fruit Tree Association members on tour during the fruit
The western cherry fruit fly has not been found in California’s cherry-growing districts.
State officials in Oregon and Washington say California’s quarantine requirements for the Western cherry fruit fly are unjustified.
Helmuth Rogg, supervisor of the Oregon