Why Growing Black Raspberries is Beneficial

Growing Black Raspberries

Black Raspberries are one of those ultra-healthy fruits that we should eat more than we do. Valuable studies by Gary Stoner and his colleagues from the Comprehensive Cancer Center at Ohio State University, researchers at The American Cancer Society, and the late James Joseph and his colleagues at the USDA Human Nutrition Center on Aging … Read more

Juneberries – Excellent Replacement for Blueberries

Juneberries

It is known that breeding blueberries is a job that can make you a good profit, primarily because of the excellent taste and great popularity of this berries. There is currently a huge demand for these fruit in the market. But blueberries are plants that require acidic and well-drained soil, which can sometimes be difficult … Read more

Insects in Apple Orchards

Insects in Apple Orchards

Most people wouldn’t argue apples taste good. They can be sweet or tart, red or green, large or small. According to health experts, they are good for us, too. Color and taste preferences aside, when a consumer goes to the grocery store, they expect to find decent-looking apples, too — free of wormholes and insect bites. Insects … Read more

Rapid Apple Decline At PSU Remains A Mystery

Rapid Apple Decline At PSU Remains A Mystery

For four years now, researchers at Penn State University, led by plant pathologist Kari Peter, Ph.D., have been battling the sudden demise of young dwarf apple trees in high-density systems. The damage was first noticed when trees, planted in one block at the plant pathology research farm, began to die off rapidly. The decline and … Read more