Growers raise the alarm on postharvest pest control for little cherry disease vectors

By |July 16th, 2019|

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As the cherry harvest wraps up, growers in Central Washington should launch their leafhopper control programs, reducing the risk of

Giving tradition a nudge in the vineyard

By |July 10th, 2019|

New generation of disease-resistant grapes are showing signs of increased acceptance in Europe.

Clean Plant Center Northwest offers low-cost little cherry disease testing

By |July 2nd, 2019|

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Thanks to the support of the Washington Tree Fruit Research Commission, the Virus Diagnostic Laboratory at the Clean Plant Center

Bee-based biocontrol – Video

By |July 1st, 2019|

New technology that uses bees to deliver biocontrol exactly where it’s needed could help organic blueberry growers fight mummy berry.

Good to Know: Another big year for grape and wine research

By |July 1st, 2019|

Research aims to improve wine quality by addressing vineyard and winery challenges.

Hot new varieties for hot climates

By |June 25th, 2019|

Pome fruit breeding partnership between Spain and New Zealand produces new cultivars that will help the industry adapt to climate change.

Crossing paths to sweet success

By |May 30th, 2019|

WSU cherry breeder has plans for improving program.

Sugar stall caused by grapevine red blotch virus

By |May 27th, 2019|

Researchers discover that grapevine red blotch virus reduces fruit quality by interrupting how the fruit accumulate sugar and make anthocyanins.

Big response for little cherry disease

By |May 16th, 2019|

Pacific Northwest industry aims to tackle little cherry disease.

Canines trained to sniff out diseases

By |May 16th, 2019|

Dog detection teams have shown success in citrus and other fruit, now researchers will study if they can help find little cherry disease.

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