The aims of this project are to optimise water and fertiliser use efficiencies in the high-intensity pear orchard at EMR and to improve profitability and sustainability of irrigated pear productio
HDC have funded this project to determine the effectiveness of a range of foliar calcium products to increase fruit calcium, increase storage potential and reduce the incidence of bitter-pit.
HDC have funded this project to determine the effectiveness and cost benefit of a range of thinning strategies for Gala apple.
The aim of this new four-year HortLINK project (HL01109) is to deliver applied research on high priority disease, pest and weed problems in fruit and in vegetable crops.
The overall aim of the is to develop alternative, sustainable, non-pesticidal methods for managing brown rot, aphid pests and plum fruit moth and light brown apple moth in UK plum and cherry crops