Tagged Winter Injury

BerriesLow Blueberry Yields, Cane Collapse Due To Winter Injury
August 5, 2014
Plants in Northeast, Michigan victims of polar vortex. Read More
Apples & PearsMore Headaches For Apple Growers In Midwest [Slideshow]
August 5, 2014
A combination of stress over the past two growing seasons and winter injury is causing tree deaths. Read More
Disease ControlDowny Mildew Hits Finger Lakes Grapes
July 29, 2014
Growers also seeing spike in botrytis infections, vine collapses during growing season. Read More
FruitsMinnesota, Wisconsin Vineyards Seeing Polar Vortex’s Bite
July 29, 2014
Vines collapsing, production down in states hit hardest by cold winter. Read More
FruitsNew York Grape Growers Asked To Fill Out Winter Injury Survey
July 7, 2014
Results to impact purchasing provisions of New York Farm Winery Act. Read More
BerriesMichigan Blueberry Crop Suffers Winter Damage
June 26, 2014
Inland fields more affected, according to Michigan State University Extension agents. Read More
BerriesMidwest Growers Still Grappling With After-Effects Of Cold Winter
June 17, 2014
Growers note low cropping of peaches, berries, and some apple varieties. Read More
FruitsHow To Manage Winter-Injured Grapevines
June 13, 2014
Extent of sub-zero temperatures is becoming evident at budburst. Read More
FruitsWinter Injury Update On Peaches, Grapes, Cherries
April 29, 2014
Winter injury is more than expected for much of Eastern winegrape, cherries, and peaches, leading researchers say. However, the true extent of the damage varies from site to site. It’s also important to keep in mind that although bud damage might have been sustained, the full extent of the damage won’t be seen until bloom. Read More
FruitsOhio Winery Reports Total Loss Of Winegrape Crop
April 24, 2014
Northern part of state endured four bouts with sub-zero temperatures. Read More

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TomatoesBreeders Develop Plant That Grows Black And White Tomat…
December 22, 2014
UK researchers have bred a tomato plant that grows black and white fruit by breeding two rare varieties together. Read More
CitrusNew Billboard Campaign Champions ‘Fresh From Florida&…
December 22, 2014
Marketing initiative geared to drive more consumers toward purchasing in-season selections. Read More
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December 22, 2014
Annual summary shows overall chemical residues found on foods are at levels below the tolerances established by EPA. Read More
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December 22, 2014
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Insect & Disease UpdateDon’t Wait For The Other Fruit To Drop [Opinion]
December 21, 2014
With all the positive vibes seeming to flow from the Florida citrus industry, why is everyone still so nervous? Read More
CitrusAg Land Value Goes Back To The Future
December 20, 2014
Good ground and longevity are the best positions moving forward. Read More
VegetablesSeminis Hosts Growers For Its 2014 Southeastern Field D…
December 19, 2014
Seed company showcases new varieties available now and in the pipeline. Read More
CitrusFeed The People With Food And Food For Thought [Opinion…
December 19, 2014
Educating the general public about agriculture is a daunting task that can be accomplished one bite at a time. Read More
CucurbitsNew Product Takes Aim At Nematodes
December 19, 2014
NIMITZ receives EPA and Florida registrations. Read More
Crop ProtectionSuccess Sans Methyl Bromide Could Prove Costly
December 19, 2014
Economic factors must be accounted for when seeking a suitable replacement. Read More
VegetablesEnza Zaden Cuts Ribbon For New Florida Vegetable Resear…
December 18, 2014
Seed company shows off new digs and new varieties at its Myakka City field station. Read More
VegetablesRispens Seeds Highlights Their Latest Vegetable Varieti…
December 18, 2014
For more information, contact: Rispens Seeds 1357 Dutch American Way, P.O. Box 310, Beecher, IL 60401 708-946-6560; 888-874-0241; fax: 708-946-6115 Read More
Protected Agriculture2014 Marks The 50th Anniversary Of The Double-Poly Gree…
December 18, 2014
Double-poly greenhouses revolutionized the greenhouse industry back in the 1960s, opening the way for developments that still impact the industry 50 years later. Read More
CitrusSouthwest Florida Citrus Bus Tour Yields Learning Oppor…
December 18, 2014
Find out what Florida Grower editor Frank Giles saw and heard during Peace River Valley Citrus Growers Association's annual outing. Read More
Fruits6 Food Trends For 2015
December 17, 2014
University of Florida experts predict what will be cooking for the upcoming year. Read More
VegetablesReed’s Seeds Showcases Their Latest Vegetable Var…
December 17, 2014
For more information, contact: Reed’s Seeds 3334 NYS 215 Cortland, NY 13045 607-753-9095; fax: 607-753-9511 rsjackie@twcny.rr.com Read More
CitrusStudy: Florida Citrus Valued At More Than $10 Billion
December 17, 2014
Industry continues to have large impact on the state’s economy. Read More
Apples & PearsNovember Cold May Hurt Washington Orchards
December 17, 2014
But it’s too early to tell if well-below-normal temperatures will increase tree mortality. Read More