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Tree Fruit News – February 22

NEWS

Reducing cold damage in apple and sweet cherry

Cellulose nanocrystals (CNC) represent a new generation of renewable nano-biomaterials with unique physical and chemical properties, and numerous potential applications. WSU Center for Precision and Automated Agricultural Systems team (Changki Mo, Matt Whiting, Qin Zhang,…

WORKSHOPS AND TRAININGS

2019 Cherry Fruit School: From Bud to Bucket

The Pacific Northwest leads the nation in sweet cherry production with over 253,000 tons of sweet cherries produced on 43,000 acres of trees in 2018 alone. Production of this high value crop remains challenging, and…

FSMA Produce Safety Alliance – Curso de capacitación para productores agrícolas

Washington State Tree Fruit Association ofrecerá dos (2) cursos en español para productores agrícolas interesados en aprender sobre la Ley de Modernización de Inocuidad de Alimentos (FSMA).

PUBLICATIONS

Integrated Fruit Production Guide – 2019

The 2019 crop protection guide covers a broad range of tactics used to control a variety of biotic and abiotic problems that affect tree health, fruit quality, crop productivity, and even limit access to markets. The guide will address approaches employed to control the most common biotic and abiotic problems in our tree fruit industry.

EVENTS

FSMA Produce Safety Alliance – Curso de capacitación para productores agrícolas

Mar 5 | Confluence Technology Center

FSMA Produce Safety Alliance – Curso de capacitación para productores agrícolas

Mar 6 | WorkSource Yakima

Cherry Fruit School

Mar 12 |

TEAM

 

Karen Lewis

Gwen Hoheisel

Tory Schmidt

Wendy Jones

Tianna DuPont

Bernardita Sallato

Faith Critzer

 

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