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Apple Update: June 21, 2017

Crop Stages In Southwestern Ontario, apple fruitlets are 20-35 mm in diameter, terminal buds are starting to set in older trees in Essex County In Grey County and east of Toronto, apple fruitlets are at 15-20 mm in diameter

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Apple Update: June 14, 2017

In this update: crop stage thinning irrigation diseases: fire blight, scab, powdery mildew, leaf spots insects: codling moth, obliquebanded leafroller, dogwood borer, San Jose scale, leafcurling midge, plum curculio, brown marmorated stink bug Ontario Apple Orchard Tour

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Apple Update: May 30, 2017

Crop Stages In Southwestern Ontario apples are at 3 to 12 mm fruitlet size In Grey County and east of Toronto, apple blossoms are at full bloom to petal fall Production Fruitlet thinning applications have begun in Southwestern Ontario and … Continue reading

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Apple Update: June 22, 2016

Crop Stages Apple fruitlets are increasing in size. At the University of Guelph Simcoe Research Station, they are 25-35 mm in diameter. Terminal buds have started to set in Essex County, which is much earlier than normal. Production The weather … Continue reading

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