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View Resource Organic & Integrated Tree Fruit Production

Part of the Washington State University Tree Fruit Research and Extension Center, this website offers various resources for orchardists interested in organic and integrated production methods. The site contains sections on Organic Fruit Production, Soil and Pest Management, Apple Replant Disease, and more. The site also offers links to other Washington State University sites for Horticulture,...

View Resource Small-Scale Fruit Production: A Comprehensive Guide

Created and maintained by Penn State University Agricultural Services, this guide is a resource for "people who wish to produce fruit on a small scale (on one acre or less) and who are not legally licensed to use pesticides." The guide discusses topics such as getting started, pruning and training fruit trees, pests and pesticides, and controlling wildlife damage. It also includes individual...

View Resource New World Fruits Database

Hosted by the International Plant Genetic Resources Institute, this database was developed as an information resource on fruits from the Americas. Based on a September 2004 assessment, the New Worlds Fruits Database contained information about "1253 fruit species belonging to 302 genera and 69 families." Species profiles include vernacular names, geographic distribution, uses, bibliographic...

View Resource PlantFacts

Developed at Ohio State University, PlantFacts is the result of the merging of several digital collections on plants. The website is split into five sources of information: a web search engine that deals solely with plants, a searchable database of images relating to plants, turf, diseases, and insects, a collection of gardening how-to videos, a FAQ section, and a glossary that includes...

View Resource University of Illinois Extension: Horticulture

Located at the crossroads of the United States, the University of Illinois?s well-regarded Extension division has provided outreach services to the state?s residents for over a century. For over a decade, they have also provided assistance to both residents of the state and a diverse set of interested parties from all over the world via their visually attractive website. One of their sites is ded...

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