In the “usual” journalistic process, reporters find expert sources and ask questions, then ask additional questions as the answers dictate. This process did not work in developing this article.
On both sides of the U.S.-Canadian border,
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