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Home  >  Horticultural Crops  >   Plums, Apricots, and Their Crosses: Organic and Low-Spray Production (Summary)

Plums, Apricots, and Their Crosses: Organic and Low-Spray Production



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By Guy K. Ames and Robert Maggiani

Published: May 2013

Updated: n/a

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Introduction

This publication focuses on organic and reduced-spray management options for disease and pest problems of plums, apricots, and their crosses (pluots, apriums, etc.). It also relates progress in broadening the practical climatic adaptability of the apricot. The publication also discusses adding these fruits as specialty crops for small-scale, diversified farms and identifies marketing opportunities.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Background
Diseases
Insect Pests
Marketing Considerations
Conclusion
References
Further Resources
Appendix I

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