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Stakeholder Annual Reports

2022 TTFVRU Annual Report


TTFVRU in the Press

Tree Fruit Science:

Science Puts a Spotlight on Leafhopper Species - Good Fruit Grower

Integrating IPM in Pear Orchards - Good Fruit Grower

Orchard Pests Also Pose Problems in the Lab - Good Fruit Grower

Good, Bad, and Bugly: Is that Pest a Stink Bug, Squash Bug, or Western Conifer Seed Bug - The Columbian

Genetic Research Rearing Moths that Don't Like Them Apples -Good Fruit Grower

A Bug Spray for Boosting Beneficials - Good Fruit Grower

Earwigs in the Orchard: Bad for Cherry Growers, But Good for Pome Fruit Producers - Growing Produce

To Outwit a Giant Hornet, Scientists Try Speaking Its Language - NPR News

Schmidt-Jeffris: Predator Applications - Good Fruit Grower

Rebecca Schmidt Interview - Real Food Real People Podcast

Spotted Lanternflies are Thriving in the Northeast. Scientists Fear They Could Spread Farther - CNN

Gettin' Wiggy With It - Good Fruit Grower


Potato and Vegetable Science:

Researchers Try to Pinpoint a Moving Target - Potato Grower

A Persistent Problem: Potato Purple Top - Potato Country

Beet Leafhopper-Associated Pathogens in the Columbia Basin of Washington - Carrot Country



Improving Our Understanding of Potato Mop-Top Virus in the Northwest U.S. - Potato Grower