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
The aim of the project is to compare the effects of the three technologies; 'SmartFreshTM' (1-MCP), 'Bi-On' (ethylene absorbant) and 'Biofresh' (ozone generator) on the development of fungal rots
This project aims to generate information on baseline sensitivity of the UK apple scab population to important scab fungicides registered in the UK.
The overall objective of this project is to study the egg laying dynamics of codling moth through the season in relation to pheromone trap catches and forecasts given by the RIMpro-Cydia model to
The aim of this project is to develop a sustainable, cost effective system for control of storage rots. This will be done by:
Appropriate well managed storage of perishable horticultural crops is vital to ensure optimum market penetration for UK crops. Following requests from representatives of the tree fruit sector to