- Export Sales Manager Europe Division
- Directors - New Zealand
- Nursery Production Manager Victoria Australia
- Technical Sales Consultant, Washington
- Export Sales Manager North America Exports
- Head Grower Hydroponic Greenhouse
- Account Manager – South-East Asia
- Vegetable Seed - EU Sales and Regional Manager
- Business Developer – High Tech Horticulture
- Bravo Sales and Administration Officer
Top 5 -yesterday
- China’s lockdowns force fruit exporters to divert to Southeast Asia
- “It is very frustrating as we have the land, we have the water, we have the sun but no labour"
- Sri Lankan coconut coir exporter to double berry farms in Mexico
- New Zealand organic apple grower continues export to Russian Federation
- Advanced core processing: New robot technology appealing for apple growers
Top 5 -last week
Top 5 -last month
Growers looking to electrolyzed water application to treat molds
The FEW application was applied using low pH acidic water with a pH of 3.1 to 3.8 water with and ORP (oxygen reduction potential) of 1000+mV. The trees were sprayed every seven days weather permitting. Weber Farms used electrostatic sprayers spraying 50 gallons per acre on three year old trees and 80 gallons per acre on fully grown trees.
Weber Farms asked Tim Smith from WSU Extension Facility to follow the progress of their application over the growing season. Mr. Smith observed the orchard where he found the application the way it was applied was successful in controlling mildew in Weber’s apple and cherry trees. The exact quote from Tim was “on the Honey Crisp trees and other small plots of other variety apple and cherry trees, he felt this was the cleanest he has ever seen for mildew”.
AquaFew low pH water was mixed with oil, fungicide and pesticide on separate tests in Weber Orchards. The FEW water complimented the oil, fungicide and pesticides due to the surface tension of the water.
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