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Other University Sites WSU Tree Fruit Research & Extension Center Washington Irrigation Extension Education Oregon Agricultural Enterprise Budgets Pennsylvania Tree Fruit Production Guide Federal Agencies…

Soil Chemical Properties

There are many potential chemical imbalances that must be addressed prior to planting. The pH of the orchard soil is probably the most common problem.…

Late-Summer Early-Fall Nitrogen Applications to Apple

Compost Trials in Newly Planted Orchards

Compost Trials in Newly Planted Orchards, 1995-1997 Report by: Tim Smith, WSU Extension Use of compost is a hot new topic in agriculture. There are…

Soils and Mineral Nutrition

Pages Planting and Care of New Orchards Irrigation and Iron Chlorois in Orchards Nutrients for Fruit Color Enhancement Compost Trials in Newly Planted Orchards Late-Summer…

Irrigation & Iron Chlorois in Orchards

Dr. Guy Witney, Former WSU Area Extension Faculty Heavy winter precipitation in many areas resulted in wetter than normal soils in orchards at the start…

Soil Water Holding

How Much Water Does Your Soil Hold? Estimated By Texture Soil holds much more water than the amounts listed below.  Best tree growth and fruit…
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