Other Sites of Interest
The Virtual Orchard
Developed by Winfred P. Cowgill, Jr. and Jon M. Clements , this site provides a wide range of information on apple production.
Cornell's "Scaffolds"
The Northeast's most extensive newsletter for tree fruit, focusing on New York but with valuable weekly information for the rest of the apple world from one of the best groups of Extension and research specialists in the world.
USDA Appalachian Fruit Research Station
USDA's extensive research facility in West Virginia hosts this web page. It includes contact information for researchers and information from the extensive number of projects conducted at the station.
Penn State's Tree Fruit Production Guide
Penn State's guide is one of the most extensive in the Country. This web-based version is very user friendly.
Michigan State's Fruit Resources This site includes items of interest for growers of all fruit crops. Particularly interesting is their collection of bud-stage photographs.
Northeast Organic Farming Association of Massachusetts This site describes NOFA activities and publications.
Organic Orcharding Portal Michael Phillips, the author of The Apple Grower: A Guide for the Organic Orchardist, maintains this useful website, which includes valuable insights into growing apples organically.
The Berry Diagnostics Tool This site from Cornell University assists "with the identification of diseases, insects, chemical injury and physiological disorders that affect berry crops in northeastern North America and eastern Canada."
State Web Pages

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