Follow us on: Facebook Twitter YouTube

Researchers look to ways to prevent brown rot in fruit

Issue Date: July 15, 2015

Some naturally occurring yeasts may be useful for protecting stone fruits against pathogens that attack after harvest. Scientists at the U.S. Department of Agriculture looked to the microflora on the surface of the plum to find potential biocontrol agents against brown rot.

Please log in to see this story.
Full online content is available to Farm Bureau agricultural or collegiate members.




Special Reports

Features

Series

Special Issues

Special Sections