Ksenija Gasic heads Clemson University’s peach-breeding program, which was recently revived after a 25-year hiatus.
One of the great things about being a peach breeder in a new peach breeding program is no hangover—nothing left,
Symptoms of plum pox virus include chlorotic (yellow) rings on the leaf surface or chlorotic blotches and vein clearing.
A concentrated growing area is complicating efforts to eliminate plum pox virus from the main peach-growing region
Michigan State University researchers will lead a four-year, $14.4-million grant-funded research project aimed at improving fruit quality, collaborating with nearly a dozen U.S. institutions and six international partners.
Dr. Amy Iezzoni, MSU cherry breeder, heads the