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In this edition: smart spraying leads to considerable savings; “sweet cherries – a fruit crop for the future”;Government withdraws funding for research; British cherry production displaces imports; shifts in Polish fruit production
Efm

Efm

7/2014

  • Smart spraying leads to considerable savings
  • “Sweet cherries – a fruit crop for the future”
  • Government withdraws funding for research
  • British cherry production displaces imports
  • Shifts in Polish fruit production
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EFM

EFM

5/2014

  • European fruit breeding programmes
  • Not all scab-resistant varieties equally resistant
  • Brown spot difficult to tackle
  • Potential for Exports of Sweet Cherries to Asia
  • Kanzi® rolled out worldwide as apple brand
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EFM

EFM

4/2014

  • Developments in European fruit thinning research
  • Fruchtwelt fair the meeting point for fruit production in central Europe
  • South Tyrol tests scab-resistant apple varieties
  • Possibilities for thinning in organic apple growing
  • Peach production in Spain
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EFM

EFM

3/2014

  • The fertility of short shoots
  • Ten years of experience with using Regalis on apples
  • Scab control: more difficult than ever
  • Assortment at Perlim changing from yellow to red
  • Optimizing codling moth control using RIMpro
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EFM

EFM

2/2014

  • Ten years of experience with Regalis on pears
  • Effective scab management in 2014 using RIMpro
  • The most promising thinning product in the pipeline
  • Hoop system most popular cherry rain cover
  • Dynamic cooling technology has a great future
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EFM

EFM

1/2014

  • New orchard using satellites
  • Innovations in hail nets save on labour
  • RIMpro Cloud Service
  • Fruture tempts consumer with Redlove®
  • Potential for exports of fresh apples to Asia
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EFM

EFM

12/2013

  • Opportunities for the fruit industry
  • Autonomous spraying a fact in 2014
  • New intensive planting systems for cherries
  • Xenia ready to take Europe by storm
  • East Malling Research at 100
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EFM

EFM

11/2013

  • Search for new variety that appeals to both consumer and grower alike
  • Novovit: sometimes does and sometimes does not affect growth
  • 44 weeks of cherries a year
  • Fewer pear psylla and the same quality pears?
  • KIKU Variety Management launches snack apple ISAAQ
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EFM

EFM

10/2013

  • Research results and latest storage trends
  • Which sweet cherry varieties are recommended?
  • Open days Lanxade and Klein-Altendorf research gardens
  • Fruit tree canker getting the upper hand
  • Brown spot of pears: The battle of tree against fungus
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EFM

EFM

9/2013

  • More apples, fewer pears in the EU
  • BOTT 2013
  • Problems with red spider mite
  • Different thinning strategy required
  • No need for rain covers with new cherry varieties
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EFM

EFM

8/2013

• CMG Idea Factory shaking up fruit production sector with new ideas
• Natyra has the potential to become a great apple variety
• ACW puts on a show for the Swiss fruit sector
• Insect nets to save French cherry crop
• The Apple Day: Popular fruit growing event in the Netherlands 
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