June 2017

Growers seek best way to supply fruit to cidery market

Crop load, better nutrient management curb bitter pit

Kearneysville station research focuses on breeding yield into fruit trees

Data program keeps tack of worker productivity

Chlorine used in drip may not reduce bacterial loads

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