Sites concerned with the science of growing apple fruits (edible species of Malus).
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Instructions on choosing and growing these fruit trees with information on rootstocks, varieties, pollination, pruning and care.
Apple-Crop E-mail Discussion Group
Free electronic mail discussion group for pomologists. Includes archives.
Apples, Pears and Other Pome Fruit
Information on these fruit including fertilizers, rootstocks, varieties, crab apples as pollinators, cider apples, and the pests, diseases and other disorders that affect them.
Crop Profiles for Apples in New England
General production information on this crop, the cultural practices involved in growing apples and specific directions for controlling the insect pests, diseases, nematodes and weeds that affect them. [PDF]
An academic resource about apples and growing them in Devon, recording the many apple varieties of the region, a part of Devon's heritage.
Various information on this fruit crop including pruning, fireblight, controlling maggots, non-bearing trees, animal damage and storage.
Chronicle of growing local food on a small Iowa family farm with a 500-tree semi-dwarf apple orchard, blueberry, and asparagus crops produce perennially.
Okanagan Specialty Fruits
This Canadian agricultural biotechnology company is developing new commercial tree fruit varieties, including a non-browning apple that should be of interest to the fresh-cut market.
About the science, production, and health benefits of apples.
Extension and research for the commercial tree fruit grower in Vermont and beyond.
Zinc Deficiency in Apples
Information on the causes of this condition, the symptoms, prevention and treatment. [PDF]
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