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Bacterial spot on peach fruit. Photo by S. Bardsley.
Stone Fruit Disease - Bacterial Spot, Refining Disease Management - Articles Articles
Bacterial spot, Xanthomonas arboricola pv. pruni, is a difficult disease to manage. More
Fruit Tree Propagation - Grafting and Budding
Fruit Tree Propagation - Grafting and Budding - Articles Articles
This article provides information on a few successful propagation methods that can be used on fruit trees. More
The Home Fruit Garden - Getting Started
The Home Fruit Garden - Getting Started - Articles Articles
Home fruit gardening offers many benefits—exercise, enjoyment, a supply of delicious fruits, enhancement of the home landscape, and a truly educational experience. More
Soil testing throughout the project helps determine if any soil amendments are needed. Photo: Kristi Kraft
Start Farming: Establishing Farmers Prepare Fields for Fruit Trees - Articles Articles
"Models for the Future" demonstration plots showcase best management practices for producers in the establishing years of developing their farm enterprises. More
Home Fruit Gardens: Table 1.1. Fertilizer Equivalents
Home Fruit Gardens: Table 1.1. Fertilizer Equivalents - Articles Articles
Use this table to determine the equivalent amounts of nitrogen, phosphate, and potash of each fertilizer material. More
Home Orchards: Table 5.4. Efficacy of Fungicides on Stone Fruit
Home Orchards: Table 5.4. Efficacy of Fungicides on Stone Fruit - Articles Articles
Informational table showing efficacy of fungicides on stone fruit. More
Home Fruit Gardens: Table 1.2. Monthly Maintenance
Home Fruit Gardens: Table 1.2. Monthly Maintenance - Articles Articles
Your schedule may vary from the one below by as much as 2 weeks (earlier or later) depending on the region of Pennsylvania in which you are located. More
Jonas Janner Hamann, Universidade Federal de Santa Maria (UFSM), Bugwood.org
Home Orchards: Table 5.2. Occurence of Insect and Mite Pests in Stone Fruit - Articles Articles
Informational table showing the occurrence of insect and mite pests during the stone fruit growing season. More
Home Orchards: Table 5.1. Stone Fruit Spacing and Probable Yield
Home Orchards: Table 5.1. Stone Fruit Spacing and Probable Yield - Articles Articles
Informational table showing stone fruit spacing and probable yield. More
Home Orchards: Table 5.5. Pesticide Recommendations for Stone Fruit
Home Orchards: Table 5.5. Pesticide Recommendations for Stone Fruit - Articles Articles
This schedule will not provide desirable control of brown rot unless there is Captan in the GPProduct mix. More
H.J. Larsen, Bugwood.org
Home Orchards: Table 2.2. Sprayer Calibration Distances - Articles Articles
Informational table showing sprayer calibration distances. More
Orchard Wildlife Management - Birds
Orchard Wildlife Management - Birds - Articles Articles

Orchard Wildlife Management - Birds

Margaret C. Brittingham, Ph.D.

On many farms or orchards, bird damage is minimal while for others, problems from birds can be substantial. More
Black Knot Of Prunus in the Home Landscape
Black Knot Of Prunus in the Home Landscape - Articles Articles
The fungus Plowrightia morbosa (Apiosporina) causes the formation of dark brown to black, long, swollen galls or knots on the branches of most types of cultivated plums, prunes and cherries. More
Photo credit: Steve Culman
Soil Quality Information - Articles Articles
Healthy soils yield healthy crops, But what is healthy soil and how do we achieve it? More
Guide to Farming: Tree Fruits
Guide to Farming: Tree Fruits - Articles Articles
Before planting your first fruit tree, you should conduct your own research regarding production, marketing, and financing the enterprise. More
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