WSU researchers demonstrate that routine export quarantine sufficiently controls powdery mildew pathogen on fresh sweet cherries.
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Camminare Noir, one of five new cultivars released by University of California, Davis, in December, offers resistance to Pierce’s disease
Washington grower tries nematodes to knock down codling moths.
Fruit rots, new peach varieties and Ethephon in cherries just a few topics.
Other research session cover pollinizers, fire blight and little cherry disease.
Other topics at the Great Lakes EXPO included wildlife management and fungicide resistance in grapes.