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Tree Fruit News December 13, 2018


Western X Phytoplasma

Western X Phytoplasma has been found the most common pathogen associated to little cherry disease in South Central Washington tree fruit production. Stay informed and updated in order to stay clean and contribute to Washington tree fruit industry.

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.

North Central Washington Tree Fruit Days January 15-21 in Wenatchee and Chelan and February 5 in Omak

Join us for WSU Tree Fruit Extension Programs in North Central Washington on January 15, 16, 17, 21, February 5, 2019. Co-sponsored by Northwest Cherries, Pear Bureau Northwest, NCW Fieldmen’s Association, Chelan Future Farmers of…


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


Open position at Northwest Horticultural Council

Technical Issues Manager   The Northwest Horticultural Council (NHC) is a nonprofit trade association, based in Yakima, Washington, that represents the tree fruit (apple, pear, and cherry) industry of Idaho, Oregon, and Washington on federal…

Western Integrated Pest Management Center, Academic Coordinator III, University of California

The University of California, Agriculture and Natural Resources (UC ANR), is seeking a Director to assume leadership for its Western IPM Center within the UC Statewide IPM Program.

Cornell University Summer Scholars Program

Cornell AgriTech in Geneva, New York offers a Summer Research Scholars Program in 2019 where undergraduate students will participate in exciting research projects in one of three disciplines including: Entomology, Horticulture/Plant Breeding, Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology
Washington State University