March 1st 2007 Issue

Future challenges for genebanks

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Condensed from: J. Postman, K. Hummer, E. Stover, R. Krueger, P. Forsline, L.J. Grauke, F. Zee, T. Ayala-Silva, B. Irish.

Plenty of options for pest control

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Growers have plenty of insecticides to choose from for controlling the key apple pests codling

New pests threaten B.C. grapes

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The growing movement of goods and people worldwide increases the risk that new pests will invade vineyards in North America

Looking for a pesticide solution

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When Jim Hazen went to Olympia this legislative session to represent the tree fruit growers of Washington State, he had

Exclusion is your first defense

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Site preparation is the first step to preventing pests and diseases from becoming a problem in the vineyard, and in

Banana Terrorists or New Era?

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When Dave Carlson called me on editorial deadline and said that he thought it was time for growers to

New mites invade Washington vineyards

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Two new grape mites, the rust mite and the bud mite, can reduce yields from stunted shoot growth,

Apple maggot found in B.C.

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Grape growers aren’t the only ones confronting new pests. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is battling two new apple

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