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Vole control: How to reduce damage to orchards

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Solving the parasitic nematode problem: a preventative approach

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Mitigating grapevine trunk diseases: Using a new approach of a fungicide applied via drip paired with cultural practices

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Soluble Calcium: Important For The Production Of High Quality Crops

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Reducing postharvest storage disorders, extending apple storage life with HarvestWatch DCA-CF

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A unique copper for controlling pseudomonas in cherries

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Current Issue

May 2022 issue of Fruit Growers News

IFG adds cherry focus to influence industry progression

Growers feel fertilizer, input cost crunch

Research station trees boosted by Michigan group

Grower, researcher look at the viability of FruitScout

Texas vineyard succeeds in hostile growing climate

Farm Market column: Project shows markets are essential businesses

Ag Labor Review column: Heat is on to keep protecting workers on the farm

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