Tree Fruit Cherry articles

With the recent wet weather over southern Australia, the challenges are there for growers to protect their crop and get the premium fruit off trees and into boxes.
The Voen covering system is playing an important role in enabling this to happen.

Published in Rain covers

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

Published in Trees/nurseries

The rain that fell over most of the cherry growing regions in Australia during the second weekend in November is likely to be of more benefit than harm to the current cherry crop.

Published in Cracking

Generally, the fruit from the totes will travel through an alternate cluster cutter. This cluster cutter belt will be running at a slower speed to the conventional line as it has been shown to reduce damage.

Published in Crop/Growth management

Freckle (or scab) is a fungal disease caused by Cladosporium carpophilum. This disease affects stone fruit and is found in all growing regions especially in warm, wetter areas.

Published in Disease

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

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

Published in Trees/nurseries

Research has shown that decreasing the water drop height in shower-type hydrocoolers can significantly reduce the incidence of pitting damage in cherries.

Published in Crop/Growth management

Cherry growers are spending a lot of time and effort managing issues to do with Covid-19 and dealing with labour shortages—that is why it is so important not to forget about the orchard.

Published in Crop/Growth management