2 Cranberries Update from the UW Insect Diagnostic Lab By: PJ Liesch, UW Madison Extension Entomologist With the limited number of growing degree days accumulated thus far, the caseload at the UW Insect 2019 – 2020 Midwest Fruit Pest Management Guide . 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This week we’ll discuss the possibility for using a mechanical harvesting system to increase the efficiency and economic viability of … Introducing the Wisconsin Fruit Newsletter By: Janet van Zoeren, Christelle Guédot, and Amaya Atucha Welcome to the first installment of the Wisconsin Fruit News! 2019 Fruit Pest Update. A processing plant in Wisconsin will supply cranberries to Traina Foods of Patterson, a leader in the dried fruit industry. A reason to start spraying fungicides early in the season, Grape variety developmental stages: June 28, 2018, Grape insect scouting report — Japanese beetles, Section 24(c) Special Local Needs label for Mustang Maxx, Cranberry plant and pest degree-days: June 13, 2018, Recognizing synthetic auxin herbicide injury in grape vines, Grape variety developmental stages: June 14, 2018, First detection of spotted wing drosophila in Wisconsin for 2018, First reports of Eastern flower thrips in Wisconsin for 2018, Precision apple thinning part VI: Wrapping up and rescue thinning, First brown marmorated stink bug trap-catch of the season, Worker Protection update and another rule revision on the horizon, Organic management of spotted wing drosophila in berry crops, Cranberry plant and pest degree-days: May 30, 2018, Grape shoot thinning for crop load adjustment, Grape variety developmental stages: May 31, 2018, Precision apple thinning part V: Measuring fruitlets and using the excel spreadsheet, Precision apple thinning IV: Deciding what, when and how much thinner to apply. There’s a lot to do: selecting, planting, […] We will send out an email with the survey in the next few weeks, and we would greatly appreciate if you would take about 5 minutes of your time to give us feedback on the newsletter and the website to help us improve them and tailor them to your needs. previous issue of the Wisconsin Fruit News: Issue 3. Precision apple thinning part II: Running the carbohydrate model, Precision apple thinning part II: Calculating target crop load. Network for Environment and Weather Applications. Amaya Atucha, Extension Fruit Crop Specialist, Christelle Guédot, Extension Fruit Crops Entomologist, Jed Colquhoun, Extension Fruit Crops Weed Scientist. UW-Extension carries out this tradition of the Wisconsin Idea – extending the boundaries Read today's Portage, Baraboo and Beaver Dam Wisconsin headlines. Fall treatment for Phytophthora root rot of raspberry, Wine and table grape developmental stages, Brown marmorated stink bug update / late-season apple damage, Organic insecticides for spotted wing drosophila control, Honeyberries, Haskaps, Blue honeysuckle (Part II), Organic production and IPM guides available, Biological control Part II: Our favorite natural enemies, Canopy management practices to improve grape qualities, Preharvest bitter pit prediction in Honeycrisp apples, Spotted wing drosophila control during cherry harvest, Integrating biological control into an IPM program, Some reflections on weed control in strawberries (part I), Grape insect scouting report — Japanese beetle, Observations for the vineyard: Berry splitting after heavy rains, Calcium products to control Bitter Pit in ‘Honeycrisp’ apples, Follow up on the article on the reduced risk insecticide Intrepid, Endangered Species Protection Bulletins and Methoxyfenozide-containing pesticides, Grape scouting report — Japanese beetle and leafhoppers, Harvest schedule and sanitation for managing SWD, Grape insect scouting report — rose chafer, Nutrient management for apple orchards – an update, Brown marmorated stink bug caught in apple orchard, First spotted wing drosophila of the season trapped, First brown marmorated stink bug caught in trap, Wine and table grapes developmental stages, Grape insect pest scouting report — Leafrollers, Rescue me! The National Weather Service has issued a freeze warning for Thursday and Friday evening across much of the state. Janet van Zoeren, Christelle Guédot, and Amaya Atucha, University of Wisconsin – Madison, Departments of Entomology and Horticulture. Citrus company cancels state trips because of fruit disease. Wisconsin Fruit News: Wisconsin Fruit News Volume 4, Issue 10. Grape insect scouting report — are Japanese beetles over the hump? page 8 . Published on Aug 21, 2020. The presence of larvae can be assessed with a salt-water test by placing a sample of fruit … Tissue analysis to determine nutrient status of cold-hardy wine grapes. … 4, Issue 5 (June 7, 2019). Nets or other bird deterrents should be in place by now since most varieties are past veraison. Supplemental Issue – June 8, 2018 . It is time already to start apple harvest? It's harvest time for a lot of the fruits grown in Wisconsin. page 10 . 4, Issue 6 (June 21, 2019) We are updating our website, so please click on the links to read these articles. Please visit the Fruit Team Website to view our newsletters or sign up to receive them in … Wisconsin fruit trees | Wisconsin fruit trees | Wisconsin Public Radio 2 . Is it a brown marmorated stink bug? Wisconsin Fruit News is launched. Growing season summary: West Madison Agricultural Research Station training systems trial . Susceptibility to downy mildew, powdery mildew, and black rot . Wisconsin Fruit News and the UW Fruit website. Killing them softly: Do soft fungicides work on apple diseases? Tag: Wisconsin Fruit News. Late thinning options for apples, Soil-borne diseases of fruit crops: Introduction, IPM: Monitoring pest populations and action thresholds, Spotted wing drosophila forecast for 2017, Strawberry root weevil and Black vine weevil, Controlling vine vigor by shoot thinnings, Grape insect pest scouting report — Grape plume moth, Promalin, a frost rescue alternative for apples, Home Fruit Cultivars for Southern Wisconsin – updated publication, An integrated approach to pest management, Using NEWA weather stations to predict spray timings: an example from plum curculio, Photo guide for disease ID on cold-climate grapes, Grape insect scouting report: flea beetle vs cutworm damage, Mass trapping of Codling Moth in apple orchards, Sudden Apple Decline — learn all about it, Planting and caring for your new apple tree. Wisconsin Fruit News: WFN-Vol 4, Issue 4 (May 24, 2019) Risks and benefits of reducing herbicide rates; Winter damaged blueberries; Eastern berry thrips; Bitter pit management; Door County Report . The best fruit you’ll ever eat. Insecticides for organic berry production, Cranberry plant and pest degree-days: July 24, 2018, Grape variety developmental stages: July 26, 2018. everyone who has contributed to the Wisconsin fruit growers are cheering the return of lower temperatures after last week’s unseasonably mild conditions. Aldi’s Bagged Peaches Recall Issued Amid New Salmonella Food Poisoning Outbreak. The Wisconsin Fruit News is a publication of the University of Wisconsin-Extension Program, which provides statewide access to university resources and research so the people of Wisconsin can learn, grow and succeed at all stages of life. Wisconsin Fruit News Volume 4, Issue 1 – Apr 12, 2019 . Growing Fruit in Wisconsin. Brian Smith of UW-River Falls reports on his research on strawberry hybrids, stone fruit hybrids, and cold-hardy grapes. New issue of the Wisconsin Fruit newsletter have been posted. Tree-Ripe Citrus draws crowds in Wisconsin, whether winter or summer, as shown in this July 2011 photo. Cranberry plant and pest degree-days: Sept 5, 2018, Pheromone loading in cranberry insect lures and trapping data, Grape variety developmental stages: Sept 6, 2018, Multicolored Asian lady beetle: a harvest-time grape pest, Heavy rains at harvest: Berry splitting and fruit quality, Brown marmorated stink bug and late season apple damage, High Tunnel Raspberry and Blackberry Guides, Leaf tissue analysis for berry crops- Now is the time, Cranberry plant and pest degree-days: Aug 22, 2018, Grape variety developmental stages: Aug 23, 2018, Brown marmorated stink bug in Dane County apple orchards, Cranberry plant and pest degree-days: Aug 8, 2018, New cranberry early rot scouting guide available, UW-Extension Door County vineyard walk on August 13th, Grape variety developmental stages: Aug 9, 2018, Grape scouting report: spotted wing drosophia review. 3:00 – Total Time. Tarnished plant bug – a strawberry menace, Pheromone loading in cranberry insect lures, Cranberry plant and pest degree-days: May 15, 2018, Grape variety developmental stages: May 17, 2018. page 6 . Cranberry plant and pest degree-days: May 1, 2018, Crop lead for cold climate hybrid grapevines, Grape variety developmental stages: May 3, 2018, Grape insect scouting report: flea beetles out in full force, First steps in the precision apple thinning process, Grower interview with Allen Teach of Sunrise Orchards: experience with precision thinning tools, NEWA weather stations update and applications, Summary of grape disease for the 2017 growing season, Apple disease — what to expect after a cold winter and delayed spring, Japanese Beetles – seasonal phenology and spatial distribution in vineyards, Impact of spotted wing Drosophila on different varieties of tart cherry, Brown marmorated stink bug in 2017: end-of-season update. Wisconsin Fruit News . Wisconsin Fruit News: This week in WI Fruit News. Check out the latest news and articles. Amaya Atucha talks about Wisconsin’s fruit crop industry and the current research on cold hardiness and training systems. Last issue this season — thanks for reading! You can either use commercial or homemade traps and baits. Sometimes called America's Dairyland, Wisconsin produces 20 percent of the country's milk and 26 percent of the country's cheese. Citrus company cancels state trips because of fruit disease. Wisconsin Fruit News Volume 4, Issue 1 – Apr 12, 2019 . Wisconsin Fruit News: WFN-Vol. In addition, you can browse other newsletters here: Door County Grape IPM Reports (2012 – 2015), WFN — Controlling SWD in cherries Supplemental Issue, WFN — Invasive Insects Supplemental Issue, ©2020 Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System, Risks and benefits of reducing herbicide rates, Cranberry plant and pest degree-days: Sept 19, 2018. UW-Madison; My UW; Campus Map; Home; News; Berries. Introducing the Wisconsin Fruit Newsletter By: Janet van Zoeren, Christelle Guédot, and Amaya Atucha Welcome to the first installment of the Wisconsin Fruit News! Pre-orders for Satsumas are Closing December 7th! Click for link to. Get breaking news, events and information for Wisconsin sports, crime, politics and education. The legislation was the culmination of a class project by fifth grade students from Trevor Grade School in Kenosha County who decided that the cranberry, (Vaccinium macrocarpon,) rather than the cherry was the best candidate for Wisconsin state fruit. Posted on October 17, 2018 . In the previous issue of the Wisconsin Fruit News (Volume 1, Issue 10, pages 3-5), we included an article on growing black currants in Wisconsin. Wisconsin Public Radio features in-depth news from WPR’s seven bureaus and NPR, entertainment programs, classical music and discussions on the Ideas Network. Buy fruit now. Unexpected frosts earlier this week affected vineyards and orchards across the southern half of Wisconsin, with some fruit producers reporting up to 80 percent crop loss. Managing an apple orchard — whether table apples or cider apples — isn’t the romantic endeavor some might imagine. Posted on April 25, 2016 by Laurie Vial Check out this fruit newsletter for fruit growers in Wisconsin and all of the Midwest. Pre-orders for Florida Satsuma will end December 7th, 2020. Grape insect report – 2016 summer summary . Apples have been grown in Wisconsin for over 150 years, but they certainly aren’t the only fruit crop you can grow in your home garden. Wisconsin Fruit News Volume 3, Issue 12 – September 21, 2018 In This Issue: General Information: The end of another season page 1 Insect Diagnostic Lab update page 1 Plant Disease Diagnostic Clinic page 2 Berry Crops: Blueberry pruning page 2 Cranberries: Cranberry plant and pest degree- We are part of the Fruit Team at the University of Wisconsin, combining all aspects of fruit production. We are part of the Fruit Team at the University of Wisconsin, combining all aspects of fruit production. Amaya Atucha Extension Fruit Specialist Department of Horticulture UW-Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences firstname.lastname@example.org Phone (608) 262-6452. Wisconsin Fruits News Monitoring. WFN — Apple thinning supplemental (May 25, 2018), WFN — Apple thinning supplemental (May 11, 2018), WFN — Vol 2 Insect Pest Season Summary (Feb 2, 2018), WFN — Controlling SWD in cherries Supplemental Issue (July 25, 2017), WFN — Invasive Insects Supplemental Issue (June 13, 2017), WFN — Warm Spring Supplemental Issue (Feb 23, 2017), WFN — Invasive Insects Supplemental Issue (Feb 8, 2017), WFN — Grape Supplemental Issue (Dec 1, 2016), WFN — BMSB Supplemental Issue (Oct 7, 2016), WFN — Post-freeze Supplemental Issue (May 17, 2016). Check out the Fruit News for grape maturity information. As part of the Fruit Team, we put together resources for commercial fruit producers, as well as home growers. 08/21/2020 – Welcome to Wisconsin Fruit News Vol 5 Issue 9 http://newa.cornell.edu/ ©2020 Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System The optimal zone is also the one which stretches along the southeastern shore of Lake Superior. According to a news release, Graceland purchased Wisconsin cranberries to manufacture dried cranberries in … Post bloom fruit-zone leaf removal: Now is the time! Weed management in established strawberries: can anything be done in spring? Wisconsin Public Radio features in-depth news from WPR’s seven bureaus and NPR, entertainment programs, classical music and discussions on the Ideas Network. New issues of the Wisconsin Cranberry Crop Management Journal and the Wisconsin Fruit newsletter have been posted. 07/29/2020 – Cranberry Crop Management Journal – Volume 33, Issue 6; 07/24/2020 – Welcome to Wisconsin Fruit News Vol 5 Issue 7 The PDDC is now once again accepting physical samples for diagnosis, but due to COVID-19, only with limited hours and limited sample processing capacity. Mukwonago, WI 53149 262-363-6770 Market Open Everyday 9 am-6pm 08/07/2020 – Welcome to Wisconsin Fruit News Vol 5 Issue 8 Grape fruit quality assessments . In Wisconsin the optimal fruit tree growing zone is along the southern tier of the counties, going up along the shore of Lake Michigan, and then up along Door Country. Spotted wing drosophila: end-of-season update, Brown marmorated stink bug: end-of-season update, Growing season summary: West Madison Agricultural Research Station training systems trial, Susceptibility to downy mildew, powdery mildew, and black rot, Grape insect report — 2016 summer summary, First report of brown marmorated stink bug in agricultural crops in Wisconsin, Wrapping things up for the summer of 2016, Spotted Wing Drosopila: 2016 monitoring update, Spotted Wing Drosophila survey for WI berry growers, It’s never too late to think about apple scab, Brown marmorated stink bug is preparing for winter, Spotted wing drosophila management for Wisconsin grape growers, Apple fruit maturity: how to determine the optimal harvest date, Endosulfan in strawberry, and correction on previous Rimon article, Unusual fruit crops for Wisconsin markets: Saskatoon, Grape insect pests: multicolored Asian lady beetle, Reduced-risk insecticide profile: Entrust, Impact of spotted wing drosophila on the cherry industry, Unusual fruit crops for Wisconsin markets: Currants, Ripening process of grapes in primary and secondary shoots, Pre-harvest fruit drop control in apple orchards, Raspberry Planting and Establishment Guidelines, Grape insect pests: Focus on wasps and Japanese beetles, Strategies to avoid herbicide-resistant weeds, Fruit Crop Entomology lab research update on spotted wing drosophila, Spotted wing drosophila update for Door County, Exclusion barriers as a management tool for spotted wing drosophila, Tissue analysis of cold-hardy wine grapes, Apple fertility considerations for orchards with variable crop loads, Door County spotted wing drosophila update, Mild winter and risk of spotted wing drosophila infestation in strawberries, Spotted wing drosophila in Wisconsin cherries, Raspberry varieties and infestation by spotted wing drosophila, Event notification: Monroe and Richland counties field day, Degree-Day benchmarks for Sparganothis fruitworm, Grape disease update and disease scouting, Apple thinning recommendations after the frost, Grape damage profile at West Madison Agricultural Research Station, Aronia susceptibility to spotted wing drosophila, Establishing cold hardy grapevines on a spur pruned High Cordon System, Strawberry Cultivars and your Farm Profitability, Reducing Grape Disease Pressure through Sanitation, Special Indar Fungicide Label for Certain Stone Fruits, Introducing the Wisconsin Fruit Newsletter, The Importance of Degree Day Modeling in Cranberry. Governor Evers Declares Wisconsin Vineyard Week, July 14-20; Grape Scouting Report: Low Insect Pressure; Grapevine Phenology for Mid-June; Promoting Return Bloom in Apples Events / News Buy/Sell/Hire The Wisco nsin Grape Growers Association is a non-profit agricultural organization dedicated to uniting and educating growers, assisting with research and promoting and protecting the art, science and commerce of viticulture in Wisconsin. 2 Cranberries Update from the UW Insect Diagnostic Lab By: PJ Liesch, UW Madison Extension Entomologist With the limited number of growing degree days accumulated thus far, the caseload at the UW Insect Fruit extracts from plants native to Zimbabwe and Madagascar found to be useful in preventing cancer 05/01/2020 / By Franz Walker Raspberry fruit extract found to … Wisconsin Fruit News, Issue 12. Click […], December is our “Across the Nation” research roundup Brown Bag. Consider the juicy gooseberry, the ‘luscious’ pear, the sweet strawberry, and of course, the ever popular raspberry. Tree-Ripe Citrus draws crowds in Wisconsin, whether winter or summer, as shown in this July 2011 photo. If you’re wondering, check out these new apps! Raspberries and Blackberries; Strawberries; Other Berry Crops; Cranberries; Grapes; Tree Fruit. The state also produces significant quantities of potatoes, cranberries, and corn. Grape variety developmental stages and fruit maturity evaluation. We talk with three experts about best growing methods, insects and disease, and how to protect the plants over winter. Amaya Atucha, Extension Fruit Crop Specialist, Christelle Guédot, Extension Fruit Crops Entomologist, Jed Colquhoun, Extension Fruit Crops Weed Scientist. Strawberry angular leaf spot; Grape downy mildew; Chlorpyrifos update; Apple thinning update; Door County Report Online Extra | Fruitful Outreach. Wisconsin Fruit News: WFN- Vol. Wisconsin Fruit. Please visit the Fruit Team Website to view our newsletters or … They say trees are still dormant at this point in the year, so the return to cold weather isn’t likely to hurt fruit crops and buds the way a cold snap in late spring might. The Wisconsin Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Conference is set to be held at the Kalahari resort conference center Jan. 26-28, bringing in members of the produce industry from across the state. Beware: brown marmorated stink bug is on the increase this fall! Weather was a bit cooler and sunny the last week and things are starting to dry out from all the rain mid-July. August 5, 2019. Wisconsin News. Grape scouting report: Japanese beetle and grape phylloxera continue to be present. American Berry will be led by newly appointed CEO Alan DeVore, a veteran executive in the dried fruit industry with strong ties to Wisconsin cranberry growers. We deliver fruit to you from farms obsessed with quality so you can actually experience the joy of great tasting fruit! Your UW. Get by Email • RSS. According to a news release, the new ownership team represents multiple generations of experience in the dried fruit industry. President Willie Traina and partner John Potter purchased the … New issues of the Wisconsin Cranberry Crop Management Journal and the Wisconsin Fruit newsletter have been posted. How could this warm weather affect fruit crops? Mating disruption for management of insect pests in apple, White grubs: pests of strawberry roots and foliage, Cornell’s online diagnostic tool for berry crops, Cranberry plant and pest degree-days: July 11, 2018, Tissue analysis to determine nutrient status of cold-hardy wine grapes, Grape variety developmental stages: July 12, 2018, Grape insect scouting report — Japanese beetles and phylloxcera are picking up, First apple maggot adult emergence reported, New fruit team publications, and updates to website, Cranberry plant and pest degree-days: June 27, 2018. By: Madeline Wimmer and Amaya Atucha Frankfort, Michigan-based Graceland Fruit, a producer of dried fruit is expanding its operations through an alliance with Wisconsin-based Cranberry Growers Cooperative (CranGrow) that allows it to staff and operate a new, state-of-the-art processing plant in Warrens, Wisconsin. UW-Madison/Extension Plant Disease Diagnostic Clinic (PDDC) Update December 4, 2020. 0:16 – Cranberries to get attention Tart cherry harvest is ongoing. Honeybells will be coming soon! At this point, we strongly recommend all fruit growers begin monitoring for SWD as soon as their fruit starts turning color. ... UW Fruit Program. Thanks for joining us for the 2020 Wisconsin Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Conference! Wisconsin Fruit News. Unlike warmer states, Wisconsin boasts of a later harvest, shorter growing season, and more dependence on cool weather and storage crops. Posted on September 19, 2016. We will have presentations from 3 researchers you haven’t heard from yet this year, and […], During the past weeks I have received several emails asking for advice on fall nutrient application and I decided to put all those recommendations together […], With the growing season wrapping up in Wisconsin, caseload at the UW Insect Diagnostic Lab has steadily decreased over the last two weeks. As part of the Fruit Team, we put together resources for commercial fruit producers, as well as home growers. Garden Talk: Wisconsin Fruit Update | Wisconsin Public Radio Commercial traps and lures can be purchased Wisconsin fruit growers are working to guard their crops against a late spring frost this week. This newest State Symbol was created by 2003 Wisconsin Act 174. Based on the results of this study, we recommend monitoring fruit for damage and the presence of larvae rather than monitoring for adults. Macintosh Apples. Wisconsin State Fruit Cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) Adopted on April 5, 2004. Wisconsin News. UW Fruit Program.