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There have been some close calls recently in regard to the entry of exotic pests that could have adversely affected the cherry industry in Australia.

Published in Pests

Parking trees and post-harvest irrigation cut-off were evaluated in terms of potential water savings and the impacts on current and future production and are discussed here.

Published in Crop/Growth management

European red mite (ERM) is a serious foliage pest of apples and pears.

Published in Pests

Maintaining soil moisture at optimum levels can increase crop yields and profits.

Published in Irrigation

Regulated deficit irrigation (RDI) has been established as an effective technique to control vigour and maintain yield, with the added benefit of lower water use, and is also discussed.

Published in Crop/Growth management

Bryobia mites feed on the leaves of fruit trees by puncturing the leaf tissues with their sucking mouthparts.

Published in Pests

Summertime can be hard on crops.

Published in Nutrition

Netpro are the ‘go-to’ company for horticulture structures.

Published in Permanent Structures

The brand Harvestwear is well known in the New Zealand horticulture industry and in many other countries, for products that are well designed, durable and tough, and that make the job of harvesting fruit easier.

Published in Tools

Munckhof celebrates 50 years of Pluk-O-Trak with a special Anniversary Edition

Published in Machinery

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