Tree Architecture

For more information, please refer to these recent Publications

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  • Lang, G.A. 2001. Critical considerations for sweet cherry training systems. Compact Fruit Tree 34(3):70-73.
  • Lang, G.A. 2001. Intensive sweet cherry orchard systems - rootstocks, vigor, precocity, productivity, and management. Compact Fruit Tree 34(1):23-26.
  • Nugent, J., G. Lang, B. Shane, and R. Perry. 2001. Training dwarf sweet cherries. Fruit Grower News 40(11):28-31.
  • Lang, G.A. 2000. Precocious, dwarfing, and productive - how will new cherry rootstocks impact the sweet cherry industry? HortTechnology 10:719-725.
  • Lang, G.A. 1998. High density orchards and intensive crop regulation. Good Fruit Grower 49(16):45-47.
  • Lang, G.A. 1996. Early training of cherry trees - bud management. Good Fruit Grower 47(4):49.
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