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SELECTED Popular Press Articles

1 Cline, J. A. 2010. High Density Orchard Systems – a View from British Columbia [450 Kb]
2 Cline, J.A. 2010. British Columbia Firm Seeking Approval for Transgenic non-browning Apple [90 Kb]
3 Cline, J.A. 2009. Chemical Thinning Primer [187 Kb]
4 Cline, J.A. 2009. The return bloom of apple trees as affected by ethephon and naphthalene acetic acid. J. Schuup, S. Miller, and S. Pheasant (eds). In Intensive Workshop on Plant Growth Regulators, March 26, 2006, Hershey, PA. International Fruit Tree Association. p. 40-45.[987 Kb]
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Cline, J.A. and D. Norton. 2008. CrimsonCrisp™ - A New Disease Resistant Apple Recommended for Trial Planting. Orchard Network 12(1): 5-7 [187 KB]
6 Cline, J.A. and Z. Ullah. 2008. Investigation of Trickle Irrigation and Paper Mill Biosolid, Wood Chip, and Gypsum Amendments in on the Early Growth and Yield of Honeycrisp Apple Trees. Canadian Fruit and Vegetable Grower May/June Issue [407 KB]
7 Cline, J.A. and D. Norton. 2007. Performance and Availability of the Vineland (V.) Series Apple Rootstocks. Orchard Network 11(1): 5-6 [77 KB]
8 Celetti, M, J. Gardner,  and J. Cline. 2006. Black Rot and Chemical Thinning. Orchard Network 10(3)
9 Gardner, J., M. Celetti, and J. Cline. 2006. Fruit Mummification – a Puzzling and Costly Problem. Orchard Network 10(2): 4-5
10 Cline, J.A. 2006. Apogee®  – A New Plant Bioregulator for Apples. Ontario Ministry of Agriculture Food, and Rural Affairs. Agdex 24/211. Order No. 06-045. [124 KB]
11 Cline, J.A. and J. Gardner.  2005. Commercial Production of Honeycrisp Apples in Ontario. Ontario Ministry of Agriculture & Food. Agdex 211/32. Order No. 05-047 [174 KB]
12 Cline, J.A, R. Gray, and I. Nichols. 2005. Extreme Cold Temperatures Over the Past Winter Likely to Cause Winter Injury to Apple Trees. Orchard Network 9(2): 9-11. [116 KB]
13 Gardner, J. and J.A. Cline.  2005. Ten Common Misconceptions about Thinning Apples Chemically Orchard Network 9(2): 4-6.
14 Coneva, E. and J.A. Cline.  2004.  Blossom Thinning Peaches to Improve Fruit Quality. Tender Fruit Grape Vine Newsletter.  March/April 2004 8(4):4-6. [24 KB]
15 Cline, J.A. and  K.  Carter.  2002. Autumn and Winter Temperature Effects on Pome Fruit Yield.  Orchard Network Newsletter 6(1):12-13. [24 KB]
16 Cline, J.A. and D.  Norton.  2004.  Tart Cherry Rootstocks for Ontario. Tender Fruit Grape Vine Newsletter.  March/April 2004 8(4):10-14. [24 KB]
17 Cline, J.A. and D.  Norton.  2004.  Sweet Cherry Rootstocks for Ontario. Tender Fruit Grape Vine Newsletter.  March/April 2004 8(4):10-14. [39 KB]
18 Cline, J.A. , N.  Miles, W.  Lay, R.  Guaranaccia, and  D.  Norton. 2003. Rootstock Performance in Ontario: II. Rootstocks for Peaches and Nectarines. Tender Fruit Grape Vine Newsletter.  March/April 2003 7(4):7-9. [159 KB]
19 Cline, J.A. and D.  Norton.  2003.  Columnar peach trees grown using high-density orchard systems.  Fruit and Vegetable Magazine 59 (3): 16-17. [159 KB]
20 Cline, J.  A., M.  Byl, and L.  Hainstock.  2003. Rootstock Performance in Ontario: III. Apple Rootstock. Orchard Network 7(1) 3-5. [159 KB]
21 Cline, J.  A., R.  Guarnaccia, and D.  Norton.  2002.  Peaches respond to ReTain.  Tender Fruit Grape Vine Newsletter.  7(2): 3-4. [26 KB]
22 Cline, J.  A., L.  Hainstock.  2002. Apple Cultivar Sensitivity to Spring Frost. Orchard Network  [26 KB]
23 Cline, J.A. 2002.  The Importance of Thinning Apples Chemically. Canadian Fruit and Vegetable Magazine, 58: 22-23 [26 KB]
24 Cline, J. A. 2000. Biofumigants: A non Chemical Approach to Mitigating Orchard Replant Disease October. Canadian Fruit Grower [26 KB]
25 Steps to Enhance the Return Bloom of Apples [72 KB]
26 Cline, J.A. 1998. On-Farm Weather Stations to Improve Orchard Decision Making [26 KB]
27 Cline, J.A. 1998. The Importance of M.9 Rootstock Clones - They are not all Identical. Canadian Fruit Grower [26 KB]
28 Elfving, D.C., I. Schecter, and A. Hutchinson. 1993. The History of the Vineland (V.) Apple Rootstocks. Fruit Varieties Journal 47(1):52-58. [324KB]
29 Cline, R. A. 1989.  Irrigating Ontario’s fruit:  Reducing the Risk Factor.  Highlights.  December 1989, Vol.12 No.4.  [2,878KB]
30 Cline, R.A. 1989. Water and Fruit Production.  Horticultural Research Institute of Ontario[198 KB]
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Elfving, D.C.  1985.  Control of Apple Tree Growth – The Root of the Problem.  Highlights.  Dec 1985,  Vol.8  No.4.  [3619KB]

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Elfving, D.C. 1981.  Managing Apple Orchards with Growth Regulators.  Highlights.  June 1981, Vol. 4 No. 2.  [4,399KB]

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Poole, M.  1980.  Heirloom Apples – Living Antiques Waiting to be Collected from Yesterday’s Orchards, Farmyards and Pastures.  Harrowsmith.  March 1980, Vol. 4(6):86 No.26.  [5,778KB]

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Cline, R. A. 1979.  Trickle Irrigation of Grapes.  Horticultural Research Institute of Ontario.  February 24, 1979.  [1,076KB]

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Cline, R.A.  1978.  Trickle Irrigation Saves Crops – Saves Water.  Highlights.  August 1978, Vol. 1 No. 2.  [2,957KB]

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Wiebe, J.  1976.  What Makes Niagara Peninsula Weather Unique.  Canadian Fruitgrower.  March 1976.  [173KB]

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Cline, R.A. 1989. Water and Fruit Production.  Horticultural Research Institute of Ontario[198 KB]

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Davis, M.B.  Canada’s Fruit Industry.  Reprinted from Canadian Geographical Journal, Sept. 1955.  [1,744KB]  

39 Tehrani, G. 1990. A new profitable way to grow pears. Highlights of Ontario Research 13 (4): 7-10 [2000 kb]
40 Cline, J. A.2008. Performance of apples on size-controlling rootstocks. Fruit Grower News 48(5):7-10 [2456 kb]