Spring 2014

Editorial – Got Research? Finding Opportunities in a New Age

  1. Adjusting Spray Programs to Suppress Fruit Russet and Minimize Phytotoxicity Risks for Apples
  2. Precision Crop Load Management Part 2
  3. Establishing Row-middle Ground Cover Options for High Density Apple Orchards in Western NY
  4. Evaluation of Persistent Entomopathogenic Nematodes for Biological Control of Plum Curculio
  5. Cultural Controls of Spotted Wing Drosophila in Organic Blueberry Production

Winter 2014

Editorial – When Have we Reached our Goal?

  1. Critical Weed Control Requirements in High Density Apple Orchards
  2. Development of an Attract and Kill Device for Orchard Pests
  3. Precision Spraying in the Orchard and Vineyard: Measuring Canopy Density
  4. Lessons Learned Through the NE SARE Berry Soil and Nutrient Management Project Part II: Berry Soil and Nutrient Management and the Cornell Soil Health Test
  5. Enviro-weather: Online Weather-based Information to Aid in Good Decision-making
  6. Precision Genome Editing May Ease Debate and Regulatory Burden on Genetically Modified Fruit

Fall 2013

Editorial – Work Smarter Not Harder

  1.  Advances in Mechanization of the Tall Spindle Apple Orchard System: Part 2 – Harvest Mechanization Prospects
  2. An Overview of Arctic Apples: Basic Facts and Characteristics
  3. A Vision for Apple Orchard Systems of the Future
  4. Assessing the Invasiveness of the Asian Brown Marmorated Stink Bug
  5. Unique Characteristics of Geneva® Apple Rootstocks

Summer 2013

Editorial – An Idea for a Partnership of Agricultural Producers and Government to Fund Research

  1. Precision Crop Load Management
  2. Repeated Treatments of Apple Fruit with SmartFreshTM
  3. Precision Irrigation Management
  4. The “Split” Application Strategy for Pre-Harvest Fruit Drop Control in a Super Spindle Apple Orchard in Western NY
  5. Production of Sweet Cherries under High Tunnels in Either the Modified Spanish Bush and the Tall Spindle Systems

Spring 2013

Editorial – Leadership and Accountability

  1. An Update on Apple Cultivars, Brands and Club-Marketing
  2. Apple Fruit Growth
  3. Recent Advances of Mechanization for the Tall Spindle Orchard System in New York State – Part 1
  4. Optimizing Nitrogen and Potassium Management to Foster Apple Tree Growth and Cropping Without Getting ‘Burned’
  5. Optimizing Strawberry Production with a Reduced Tillage System

Winter 2013

Editorial – Yes, We Can

  1.  Can Calcium Be Injected Through the Trickle Irrigation System to Help Control Bitter pit of Honeycrisp?
  2. Precision Application of Pesticides in Orchards – Adjusting Liquid Flow
  3. New Findings in Weed Control in Young Apple Orchards
  4. The Next Generation Biotechnology for Apple Improvement and Beyond: The CRISPR/Cas9 Story
  5. Effects of Glyphosate on Apple Tree Health

Fall 2012

Editorial – Research Continues to Be a Critical Resource for the New York Fruit Industry

  1. Common Nutrients and Nutraceutical Quality of Apples
  2. Emerging Blueberry Virus Concerns for NY- Result from Blueberry Virus Survey Efforts
  3. Using Pruning to Improve the Fruit Size of ‘Sweetheart’, ‘Lapins’ and ‘Hedel蘀ngen’ Sweet Cherry Grown on Gisela Rootstocks
  4. The Next Generation of Biotechnology for Apple Improvement and Beyond, the Tale of TALENs and TALEs

Summer 2012

Editorial – Cornell Supports the Fruit Industry Through this Challenging

  1. A Two-Year Educational Experience with the Next Generation of Fruit Growers and Newcomers in NY State
  2. Harvest Indices and Storage of NY-1 and NY-2- Observations from the 2011 Harvest Season
  3. This “Ninja” Fruit Fly Cuts into Perfect Fruits – Spotted Wing Drosophila
  4. Novel Barriers for Dogwood Borer Management
  5. A Grower’s Guide to Self and Cross-Incompatibility in Apple

Spring 2012

Editorial-20th Anniversary of the New York Fruit Quarterly

  1. Streptomycin Resistant Fire Blight Discovered in New York
  2. Successful Apple Grafting Techniques for New York
  3. The Unpredictable Brown Marmorated Stink Bug in New York State
  4. Weed Control in Young Trees and New Herbicides for the Spring 2012
  5. Soil pH, Soil Type and Replant Disease Affect Growth and Nutrient Absorption of Apple Rootstocks

Winter 2012

Editorial – Support the New York State Horticultural Society

  1. Experiences with Support Systems for the Tall Spindle Apple Planting System
  2. A New Fungicide for Controlling Summer Diseases on Apples
  3. Nitrogen Nutrition Budgets in Four Orchard Groundcover Management Systems
  4. The Development of a Spray Monitoring System as an Aid to Orchard Management and Traceability
  5. Identifying the Gene Controlling Apple Fruit Acidity and its Applications in Apple Breeding