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Tree Fruit News – March 22


Optimizing Crop Load for New Apple Cultivar: ‘WA38’

Optimizing Crop Load for New Apple Cultivar: ‘WA38’ – A summary written by Anthony B., Serra S., Musacchi S.

Phytophthora Crown, Collar and Root Rot of Apple and Cherry

Written by S. Tianna DuPont, Tree Fruit Extension Specialist, Agricultural and Natural Resources, WSU; Shashika Hewavitharana, Associate Professor, Cal Poly; and Mark Mazzola, Research Plant Pathologist, USDA-ARS FS322E WSU Publications. March 2019. Download PDF Phytophthora rots…


Samurai Wasp Say Smell Ya Later to Stink Bugs -PBS Features OSU and WSU Work

Enjoy this new video created by PBS featuring the work of our colleagues at OSU. There is a growing threat of the Brown Marmorated Stink bug to our orchards. Recently the Samurai wasp, a parasitic…


Invasive Species and Exotic Pest Workshop

Mar 29 | Bellingham Ferry Terminal, Bellingham WA

FSMA PSA Grower Training – SPANISH

Apr 11 | WorkSource Yakima

FMSA PSA Grower Training – SPANISH

Apr 12 | Confluence Technology Center

Basics of Sanitation & Current Good Manufacturing Practices

Apr 16 | Walter Clore Center

FMSA PSA Grower Training – ENGLISH

May 2 | WorkSource Yakima



Karen Lewis

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