Summer 2007

Editorial: Cornell Cooperative Extension:Responsive, Innovative, Collaborative

  1. Shelf-life Extension of Sweet Cherries by Field Management, Post-harvest Treatments and Modified Atmosphere Packaging
  2. Managing External Carbon Dioxide Injury During Storage: A Sequel
  3. Pear Psylla Management Strategies: Investigating the Use of Kaolin Clay and Summer Oil For Commercial and Organic Pest Management in NY Pear Production
  4. Problem Insects in Blueberry Fruit
  5. Making Apple Varieties More Resistant to Diseasesby Use of Apple Genes

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