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Fruit News Spring 2016

Welcome to Saskatchewan Fruit News Spring Edition.

This edition includes an overview of events that occurred in 2015 and early 2016, including:

  • 2015 Haskap Field Day;
  • 2015 Saskatchewan Fruit Growers Association (SFGA) Summer Field Tour;
  • Overview of the 2015 growing season, with an insect and disease report;
  • An update on the Saskatchewan Fruit Growers Association Executive Board;
  • An article about pesticide minor use registrations;
  • Information about marketing fruit into export markets;
  • An overview of findings from a 2015 ADOPT project; investigating iron fertilization of Saskatoon berry, haskap and dwarf sour cherry crops; and
  • Information regarding a new app that allows growers to search for pesticide labels on mobile devices.

We hope readers enjoy this publication, and we strongly encourage feedback!

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