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File ECMAScript program Spring Pruning of Grapes
An overview of spring pruning of grapes.
File 2013 Northern-Hardy Fruit Evaluation Project: Plants Catch Up After a Late Spring
File 2013 Grape Update
File Troff document 2013 Fruit Project Report
A summary of the 2013 growing season for fruit here at the Carrington Research Extension Center.
File 2010-2006 Grape Update
A summary of the growing conditions from 2006 to 2010 for grapes in the Northern Hardy Fruit Evaluation Project.
File PDF document 2010 Fruit Project Report
A report from 2010 from the Northern Hardy Fruit Evaluation Project. It includes several different fruits including: apples, aronia, dwarf sour cherry, black currants, red currants, white currants, elderberries, gooseberry, honeysuckle, juneberry, plums, sea berries, and grapes.
File PDF document 2011 Fruit Project Report
A summary of the 2011 growing season for the Northern Hardy Fruit Evaluation Project at the Carrington Research Extension Center.
File 2012-2011 Grape Update
A summary of the 2011 and 2012 growing seasons and fruit production for grapes in the Northern Hardy Fruit Evaluation Project.
File Troff document 2012 Fruit Project Report
This report covers the 2012 growing season and how individual fruits performed.
File PDF document CREC Fruit Variety Descriptions
The fruit variety descriptions for apples, aronia, hardy cherry, black currants, red currants, white currants, elderberry, gooseberry, grapes, honeyberry, juneberry, hybrid plums, and sea berry.
File CREC Fruit Recommendations
The fruit recommendations from the Carrington Research Extension Center for apples, plums, grapes, aronia, cherries, currants, Honeyberry, juneberry, gooseberries, sea berry, and elderberries.
File PDF document CREC Fruit Project Handout
A brief overview of the Northern Hardy Fruit Evaluation Project here at the Carrington Research Extension Center. Fruits being evaluated include but not limited to aronia, currants, cherries, elderberries, gooseberries, honeyberry, juneberry, and sea berry.
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