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TIA Cherry research update
TIA researcher Cameron Stone is nearing completion of his PhD and has summarised some of his findings in 2 new factsheets.
Cam explains how different protected cropping structures create unique microclimates for cherry production and how this impacts fruit quality. In the second factsheet, Cam compares five different cherry training systems, their ability to intercept light and how this affects fruit yield and quality.
- Microclimate effects under cherry protected cropping structures
- Cherry training systems: Yield and fruit quality
Chat with Cameron about the practical aspects of his research at the Serve-Ag Cherry Field day in August
Many thanks to:
Reid Fruits, Hansen Orchards
Fruit Growers Tasmania
Hort Innovation - Hort Frontiers Scholarship