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apple pears

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FPHG -
... have an apple-like shape, and this combination of taste, texture, and shape causes many people to refer to them as "apple pears." They are sometimes also called "salad pears" or "sand pears." Their flesh is crisp, sometimes gritty, and always very sweet. They do not have the buttery flesh of European pears. ...
ssfruit.cas.psu.edu

Growing Pears in Virginia
... pears are sometimes marketed as "Sand pears", "Chinese pears", "Japanese pears", or "apple pears". Asian pears are usually fairly round and ripen on the tree. The flesh is usually white, crisp, sweet, and juicy. Asian pears ...
www.ext.vt.edu

Fire Blight of Apples, Crabapples and Pears, HYG-3002-94
... a common and very destructive bacterial disease of apples and pears. The disease is so named because infected leaves on very ... . Control Fireblight is one of the most difficult diseases of apple to control, and there is no one procedure that will give ... manner should result in minimal damage from fire blight. Plant apple, crabapple, and pear varieties that are less susceptible to fire blight ...
ohioline.osu.edu

Pruning Mature Apples and Pears, HYG-1150-93
... should not make a good shade tree. However, when pruning is neglected, many apples and pears become better shade producers than fruit producers. Standard-sized trees often outgrow the reach of ... it." For further information refer to Bulletin 528 Training and Pruning Fruit Trees, Bulletin 758 Apple Rootstocks and Cultivars, and Bulletin 591 Growing and Using Fruit at Home. All educational programs ...
ohioline.osu.edu
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OREP - Development of Alternative, IPM-compatible Strategies For Organophosphate Resistant Obliquebanded Leafroller on Apple
... pears in recent years, and traditional methods of control have relied heavily on the use of organophophates and pyrethroids. Resistance to these insecticide families has been confirmed in several major apple ... The pesticide efficacy trial, using Success and Dipel was conducted in six commercial apple orchards, located in several regions of Ontario, where obliquebanded leafroller populations had been ...
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Apples, pears and other pome fruits
... AGRICULTURE FISHERIES FORESTS Site Navigation Animals Field crops and pastures Horticulture Apples, pears and other pome fruits Farm management Natural resources, environment and climate Drought, ... and support The Department Home Horticulture Apples, pears and other pome fruits Apple and pear nutrition (Primefact 85) Apple varieties Apple rootstock identification Growing cider apples Crab apples ...
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APSnet Education Center - Plant Disease Lessons - Fire blight of apple and pear
... .1094/PHI-I-2000-0726-01 Updated, 2005. DISEASE: Fire blight of apple and pear PATHOGEN: Erwinia amylovora HOSTS: Apple, pear, several rosaceous ornamentals Author Kenneth B. Johnson, Oregon State University Erwinia ... be a pathogen of plants. Today, fire blight is an important disease of apples and pears in many parts of the world. Pear shoot with fire blight. (Courtesy K. Johnson) Copyright ...
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Apple planner
... Apple planner Home E-mail trees autumn trees2 hedges apples pears plums fruit nuts books Apple Calendar Poll Planted Root Taste ... t pollinate other trees Root is rootstock Cul means cooking apple; cdr means cider apple Discovery (with difficulty) & Queen Cox have been espaliered ... type of apple is required to act as pollinator. This other apple must flower within a few days of the apple tree that you ...
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Links to Other Tree Fruit Sites
... Tree Fruit Research Laboratory, Wenatchee, WA Physiological Disorders of Pears Physiological Disorders of Apples Postharvest Diseases of Apple, Pears, and Cherries Virginia Alson H. Smith, Jr. Agricultural ... Apple-crop email discussion group Washington Gateway to Western Fruit Sites Washington State Tree Fruit Research and Extension Center, WSU, Wenatchee, WA Market Diseases of Apples, Pears and ...
www.caf.wvu.edu

Apple Maggot Fact Sheet
... hawthorn and juneberries. On apples, this pest was known as "railroad worm." Host Range Apple maggots infest apples, pears, plums, apricots, hawthorns and crabapples. They are a major problem in the midwestern and eastern United States and eastern Canada. The apple maggot is also found in California, ...
www.canr.msu.edu




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