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Are you spraying enough? Preliminary results from WSU-Prosser IAREC.

Industry standards to apply fungicides might not be enough for Powdery mildew control in sweet cherry.

Pesticide look-up tool for bee protection

Want to make pesticide choices that help protect the bees in your orchard? There is a web-based decision tool to help you developed by the UC…

Early Season Root Management to Reduce Calcium Deficiency Disorders in Tree Fruit

A team of Washington State University researchers, led by Bernardita Sallato, have recently initiated a 3-year project funded by WSDA on root growth management to…

Cherry Fruit School

Washington State University and Oregon State University are hosting a Sweet Cherry Fruit School: From bud to bucket on March 12-13, 2019

USDA Job Opportunity

The USDA ARS Lab in Kearneyville, WV is looking to hire a Research Plant Physiologist/Research Horticulturist. For details and to apply visit here:

Provide input on fire blight needs

Do you want fire blight solutions? Tell us what you need and help us leverage funding to serve the industry.

2018 WTFRC Apple Pesticide Residue Report

Since 2011, the WTFRC has conducted studies in apple and cherry to generate pesticide residue data for commonly used insecticides and fungicides to help Washington…

RosBREED Newsletters

Interested in staying informed about exciting developments in plant breeding, genetics, and genomics of rosaceous crops? Those crops include apple, cherry, peach, and pear, along with almond,…

A(nother) bad year for Little Cherry Disease

Dr. Scott Harper reports on the incidence and spread of little cherry disease in Washington State.

Fall Fire Blight Considerations

With fall upon us and after the serious fire blight outbreak in Washington this year growers are asking questions. Here we discuss some considerations for…
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