Summer 2015

Editorial – The Transformation of the NY Apple Industry

  1. Strategies to Improve Early Growth And Yield of Tall Spindle Apple Plantings
  2. Apple Rootstocks Influence Mineral Nutrient Concentration of Leaves and Fruit
  3. Development of Solid Set Delivery Systems for High Density Apples
  4. Arctic Apples: A Look Back and Forward
  5. Measuring and Extending the Benefits of Orchard Mechanization in High Density Orchards in Western NY
  6. Why Tree Fruit Growers Should Implement a Pollinator Stewardship Plan

Spring 2015

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Editorial – A Few Words from the Incoming Guest Editor

  1. Growing Apples for Craft Ciders
  2. Feeling the Burn! Chemical Injury on Apples Following Tank Mixtures of Captan, Single-site Fungicides, and Adjuvants
  3. Predicting Apple Fruit Set Model
  4. Cornell-Geneva Apple Rootstocks for Weak Growing Scion Cultivars
  5. Ambrosia Beetle – An Emergent Apple Pest
  6. Precision Pruning to Help Maximize Crop Value

Winter 2015

Editorial – New York Farm Viability Institute: Farmers Select Projects for Farm-Level Impact

  1. Performance of New Berry Varieties at the NYSAES in Geneva, NY
  2. Critical Weed Control Requirements in Young High Density Apple Orchards
  3. The Wild Bees of New York: Our Insurance Policy Against Honey Bee Decline
  4. Effects of Antibiotic Applications on Epiphytic Bacteria in the Apple Phyllosphere
  5. An Insect, Disease and Weed Management Program for New York Organic Apples