Fruit Trees News

  • Cherry Picking Season is here! Keep birds away from trees

    Springtime brings fresh fruit and chirping birds. This can lead to problems, especially for cherry growers. These birds are constantly on the lookout for a new source of food. After all the hard work put into growing cherry trees, the last thing a grower wants is pest birds ruining them. No matter the use for cherry crops, ...


    By Avian Enterprises, LLC

  • New training, ultra-high-density planting systems recommended for sweet cherry

    As a result of new dwarfing rootstock selections, improvements in crop protectants, and better methods of postharvest handling and storage, production of sweet cherry is increasing around the world. New sweet cherry cultivars that allow for improved mechanical harvest have also been introduced, and semi-dwarfing and dwarfing rootstocks have improved the potential for developing high-density ...

  • Mahua trees and Pongamia trees In India

    we have small farm of 3 acres. i have planted mahua trees and Pongamia trees after i got failure in Jatropha.India , the growing jatropha isa total failure. Jatropha will take more water and it has got toxic effects on the fruits and oil cake is with Phorbol esters which is highly toxic. so we have dropped Jatropha instead we have adopted Mahua and pongamia trees which are so native to India. D1 ...

  • FirstCarbon Solutions pushes sustainable resource use, joins tree-planting

    ADEC Group member FirstCarbon Solutions, a global industry leader providing managed energy and sustainability services, demonstrated its continuing commitment to the sustainable use of resources and improving environmental performance by taking part in an urban tree-planting initiative led by the Rotary Club of Mandaluyong East (RCME). The company—which helps its clients profitably improve ...


    By FirstCarbon Solutions (FCS)

  • A tree for a child in Haiti - FAO asks public to buy fruit trees for school yards

    FAO is asking people to lend a hand to children in Haiti by donating a fruit tree that they can plant in school yards across the country. The UN food agency's Director-General, Jacques Diouf, will launch the 'Fruit Trees for Haiti' initiative at a symbolic tree-planting at a school in the town of Croix des Bouquets, outside of Port-au-Prince, which while untouched by the earthquake is now playing ...

  • Toyota Joint Tree-planting Project in Philippines Receives Gold Rating

    Tokyo, Jan 29, 2010 - (JCN Newswire) - TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION (TMC) announces that on December 20, 2009, its joint tree-planting project in the Philippines obtained a gold rating under the widely used, international Climate, Community and Biodiversity Project Design Standards (CCB Standards). The Philippine Penablanca Sustainable Reforestation Project has been ...


    By Japan Corporate News - JCN

  • Building resilience to climate change in Niger

    Climate change poses a major threat to the world’s 2 billion rural poor, but sustainable natural resource management can help developing countries like Niger adapt to the threat. Droughts and desertification associated with climate change will hit Africa hard. Already, more than 300 million (out of 930 million) Africans live in drought or drought-prone areas. And a 2007 Intergovernmental Panel on ...

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