- Intensive gardens: having higher densities of plantings and using controlled rootstocks that are resistant to woolly aphid.
- Conversion of orchards: using with new selections of Gala, Fuji, Pink Lady or Club varieties.
- Simple, high efficiency driving systems, that intercept and distribute the light in the tree, to achieve a greater precocity and productivity in pruning, thinning and harvesting.
- Improving the quality of nursery plants (health, uniformity) and achieving a greater selection of propagating material (clones with better color).
- Protection systems against frost, hail, sunstroke, reflective film.
- Chemical thinning technology.
- Varieties that are adapted to the country (resistant to the sun and that develop color better).
- Incorporating more and more mechanization of work (pruning, harvesting, thinning), adapted to different garden sizes.
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