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X-disease phytoplasma vector management for 2020

Managing the leafhopper vectors of X-disease phytoplasma post-harvest is important this season to slow the spread of the pathogen. Here we cover basic considerations. Keep…

Interacciones entre el vástago, el pie y las condiciones del suelo

Escrito por Nadia A. Valverdi y Lee Kalcsits, WSU Tree Fruit Research & Extension Center, Wenatchee WA. 2020 Al igual que muchos árboles frutales, los…

Gestión de vectores de fitoplasma X para 2020

El manejo de guillos o cicadélidos vectores del fitoplasma X, posterior a la cosecha, es fundamental para reducir la transmisión de la enfermedad. Aquí cubrimos…

New People and Projects to Address Little Cherry Challenges

WSU welcomes new people and highlights new projects to address the little cherry challenge.

Interactions between scion, rootstock, and the soil environment

Nutrient related disorders such as bitter pit and soggy breakdown in apples are the result of a mineral nutrients imbalance in fruit. The relationship between…

Resources for Pear Irrigation

As part of a larger project we have identified several common challenges to irrigation in pears and conducted case studies looking at irrigation upgrades designed…

See Something, Say Something

Check-in on farmers' state of mind - Suicide Resources: These are unprecedented times. Just reading that statement on a frequent basis creates stress. I am…

WSU – OSU Webinar Videos: Scouting and Sampling for Little Cherry and its Vectors

Webinars hosted by Ashley Thompson, OSU, Matthew Whiting and Bernardita Sallato, WSU. Edited by Bernardita Sallato. Description: Scott Harper and Tianna DuPont will discuss scouting…

WA 38 First Commercial Season (2019-2020) Storage and Packing Observations

WA 38, the newest cultivar developed and released by the Washington State University apple breeding program, was first introduced to the market in December of…

New resources Explaining Use of Deficit Irrigation for Honeycrisp

Deficit irrigation is a tool used to reduce the amount of water given to a plant at specific phenological stages. In 'Honeycrisp' this strategy is…
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