Tree Fruit - Apple articles

The benefits of planting container-grown fruit trees may take some time to realise, and far outweigh the negatives.

Published in Trees/nurseries

InSeason Ag is proud to announce its expansion into the Australian market.

Published in Other netting

Agrisilica® is a natural silicon fertiliser and soil conditioner made from amorphous silicon.

Published in Nutrition

With the warmer months upon us, now is a good time to stock up on Ultimate Agri-Products’ Crop Block for prevention and reduction of sunburn damage to fresh produce, including fruit, nut and vegetable crops.

Published in Sunburn

The benefits of planting container-grown fruit trees may take some time to realise, and far outweigh the negatives.

Published in Trees/nurseries

The light brown apple moth (LBAM) is a native Australian leaf roller with a wide host range including fruit crops, broadleaf pasture and weed species.

Published in Pests

If you’re looking for some inspiration as to how you might tackle labour shortages while optimising the value of your crop, you need to see Inspired Ag.

Published in Machinery

New chemistry was used last season by apple growers in Victoria’s Goulburn Valley to tackle significant pests, including the damaging codling moth.

Published in Pests

We have come a long way with orchard systems in the past 60 years.
A much better understanding of the principles of orchard and tree canopy management has helped improve this aspect of fruit growing, and has greatly increased the potential yields.
But the future will require a significant higher level of precision in our management to reach those potentials consistently.
One important aspect of precision management is to plant good quality nursery trees for high tree performance.

Published in Trees/nurseries

Plague thrips are a native insect that is primarily a concern when present in large numbers from pink bud to early fruit set. They can damage both pome and stone fruits.

Published in Pests