Tree Fruit - Apple articles

Depending on when Waiken is applied, it can be used to bring forward, or to delay bud-break.

Published in Crop/Growth management

When you work with fruit trees, questions about them always arise, for example:
What takes place inside the tree once you have planted it?
How and where does the tree get its food and energy from to grow and produce fruit?

Published in Crop/Growth management

Don’t let the roots of your fruit trees dry out between lifting from the nursery and planting.

Published in Crop/Growth management

Late autumn is the ideal time to apply biological inoculants and stimulants to tree crops to promote the rapid breakdown of leaf litter, crop trash and prunings whilst also reducing the opportunity for disease overwintering.

Published in Nutrition

To get good mite control: Plan your potential spray program around pesticides that have minimal impact on biological control agents.

Published in Pests

In the 1970s, the industry was facing a difficult time with increasing costs, returns for fruit rising slowly, and uncertain markets.

Published in Crop/Growth management

Bacterial blossom blast & leaf spotting—Pseudomonas syringae pv syringae (Pss) occurs naturally on a wide range of plant species.

Published in Disease

Winter is just around the corner and with it, fruit trees are about to enter their dormancy period.

Published in Nutrition

Application of Waiken gives apple and cherry growers greater control over bud break, flowering and time of maturity.

Published in Crop/Growth management

Grochem product highlights: Peregrine, Garrison Rapid, Grochem Dodine, Bee Scent (plus Stamina, Pearl).

Published in Pests