December 2017 Issue

Computer vision systems can count apples and provide a new perspective on crop load

By |December 30th, 2017|

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To the casual observer, the row after row of ripe, red apples on trellises looks so uniform, it’s hard to

Yes, your spray nozzles need to be replaced on a regular basis.

By |December 27th, 2017|

Nozzle nagging

Nation’s oldest commercial winery back in operation in Kentucky

By |December 27th, 2017|

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Years of research and a good helping of serendipity led to the exact location of the first commercial vineyard and

Insurance beyond apples

By |December 27th, 2017|

A proposed tree policy could protect the investment in today’s orchards.

Verification program lets growers show off their stewardship

By |December 27th, 2017|

A good sign for growers

Season’s smaller Bings highlight need for better crop load management tools

By |December 27th, 2017|

Overset and undersized

For plants, it’s not easy being clean

By |December 26th, 2017|

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Starting a new orchard or vineyard with clean plants is the best way for growers to prevent virus problems, and

Learning Cosmic lessons

By |December 20th, 2017|

Researchers offer the latest horticultural, packing tips for new Washington State University apple variety.

Protecting intellectual property

By |December 20th, 2017|

Managers of new Washington State University-bred apple variety use high-tech software to protect intellectual property rights.

New idea for controlling crop load

By |December 20th, 2017|

New Zealand researchers studying artificial spur extinction to help with crop load management.

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