Regularly producing sustainable yields of high-quality cherries is possible only where site and other conditions are near optimal. Properly evaluating a prospective orchard location, determining available resources, and establishing the orchard take careful planning. Because establishing an orchard involves significant expense and long-term commitment, consider all factors before deciding to plant cherries.
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Revised annually, this guide provides spraying schedules for insect and disease pests of apple, pear, cherry, peach and plum trees. You will find safety tips, hints for figuring chemical application rates, and discussions about most pests that attack Missouri fruit trees.
The guide's reference format facilitates locating specific fruit and disease information quickly. Each entry includes chemical material, rate per 100 gallon, rate per acre and comments for each pest/problem.
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El valor de las importaciones de frutas frescas en los últimos 5 años ha tenido un aumento del 35%, pasando de US$ 295 millones el año 2004 a US$ 398 millones el 2008.
Turkey continues to be one of the world’s major producers of fresh fruit and vegetables. Stone fruit accounts for 14 percent of fruit production in Turkey, the third most significant after deciduous and citrus fruits. Most stone fruit is consumed fresh in the domestic market.
In the 2012/13 season, Japanese cherry production is expected to revert to normal levels following last year’s bumper crop. Japanese imports of U.S. cherries may slow slightly due to lower supplies from California. California is temporarily suspended from shipping cherries under the systems approach protocol. Japanese peach production is likely to slow. Lingering fears about radioactive contamination continue to dampen export prospects for Fukushima peach farmers.