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Crop Management & Pollination

Featured stories covering crop management & pollination appear in this issue.

Good Job

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Allan Baugher wins Maryland hort award The Maryland State Horticultural Society gave Allan Baugher of Westminster, Maryland, its Harry Black Distinguished Service Award during the

Evolution of the Darwin

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While the researchers have pronounced the Darwin string thinner “good to go,” it’s not considered perfect—not by the Canadian company that’s selling it, nor by

Cherry pioneer

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Rodney Klenk explains his production system, with support from Wally Heuser (right), his long-time advisor. Rodney Klenk credits much of the look of his cherry

Watch out for the good guys

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Researchers have been testing different types and colors of traps for monitoring beneficial insects. This white sticky trap, placed next to an insect attractant, caught

Weed-eating beetles

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The knapweed root weevil, Cyphocleonus achates, feeds on knapweed roots.  The lesser knapweed flower weevil, Larinus minutus, feeds on knapweed seed heads. The two insects

Last Bite

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Jonagold combines the Jonathan red color splashed over a Golden Delicious background, but some strains are so red they cover the yellow completely. Jonagold is

Good Stuff

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Sweet success A new series of scab-resistant apples called “Sweet Resistants” developed by the Consorzio Italiano Vivaisti (CIV) in Italy was among the ten finalists