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Fruit from residential gardens or commercial grow operations. All samples require a Plant Diagnostic Request Form Sampling Instructions: Carefully examine your plants to accurately assess symptoms and distribution.

Complete the Plant Diagnostic Request Form in entirety, and include it with the sample in a separate zip-seal bag. Collect a representative symptomatic sample that fully describes the observed problem.

The entire plant may be needed for the most accurate diagnosis. Recent research has indicated that applications of 20 g P 2 O 5 per tree as ammonium polyphosphate annually at bloom would be advantageous for apples receiving adequate applications of nitrogen, potassium and boron.

Potassium is an important major element in tree growth and function, however, deficiency is not a common disorder in British Columbia. Potassium deficiency has been shown to be more common in high density fertigated orchards, especially when drip irrigated.

The deficiencies usually develop in sandy, coarse textured soils and show up as trees begin heavy fruit production usually third year. It is characterized by reddish brown leaf scorch symptoms.

Symptoms appear when leaf potassium is below 0. The majority of orchards in British Columbia show leaf tests above the adequate level of 1.

Potassium deficiency is less common in lower density orchards with sprinkler irrigation but has been reported when soil potassium levels are low. Some studies have shown an improvement of fruit colour when potassium nutrition moves from deficient to adequate levels See production guide leaf analysis levels , but too much potassium can be a problem.

Unnecessary application of potassium to tree fruits may interfere with uptake of calcium and magnesium. Calcium is especially important for the prevention of bitter pit and breakdown in apples and preventing Anjou pit in pears.

Magnesium is important in preventing leaf scorch and premature dropping in apples. N-K fertigation should be considered for high density orchards on sandy soil especially when drip irrigated. The following rates can commence in the first year and then be adjusted upwards or downwards depending on K concentration in subsequent years.

This soil test level is used to ensure sulphur adequacy for all crops grown in British Columbia. Ensuring immediate adequacy can be realized at little or no cost by using a fertilizer that contains sulphate-sulphur as a secondary nutrient; for example, ammonium sulphate ; Epsom salts magnesium sulphate ; potassium sulphate ; gypsum calcium sulphate and other fertilizers.

On calcareous soils those with a pH above 7 using when applying nitrogen fertilizer will ensure sulphate adequacy. However, this fertilizer should not be used on acid soils See Soil Acidification.

Zinc is important in trees for the formation and function of chlorophyll, several enzymes, and the growth hormone auxin. Foliar analysis results indicate low zinc levels in interior orchards, particularly in apples, cherries, and pears.

This is due to sandy soils with pH levels above 7. Zinc does not move readily within the plant due to translocation problems. It is common for leaf zinc concentrations to remain low, even after application of recommended dormant zinc sprays.

Use the early dormant spray timing if planning on using leaf analysis in the summer to monitor zinc levels. Zinc deficiency symptoms such as chlorosis, blind bud, rosetting and little leaf can, however, be reduced by such applications.

For apples it is recommended that zinc sulphate be applied annually at silver tip to green tip stage of bud development stages 2 and 3 , supplemented by one or more sprays of chelated foliar formulations of zinc during the growing season. It is not recommended to use chelated products, such as Zintrac, mixed in with the dormant oil sprays as a replacement to zinc sulphate applications.

Chelated products are designed for best absorption when applied directly to leaves. Two zinc sulphate sprays are recommended for cherries; the first during the late dormant period up to bud swell stage stage 2.

Do not mix with the dormant oil spray. The second spray can be applied within 2 weeks after harvest. Chelated zinc products can also be used during the growing season to help supplement zinc, but should never fully replace the dormant zinc sulphate spray.

For pears, an annual application of zinc sulphate is usually adequate. Apply at green tip stage stage 3 before dormant oil. For other kinds of fruit trees showing low zinc levels, a zinc sulphate application at late dormant stage should be applied annually.

Suggested Range of Leaf Leels for Zinc Zinc - ppm. Foliar Zinc Applications. Zinc sulphate spray for all tree fruits - to be used when foliar analysis indicates low zinc levels. Soil acidification can occur in orchards from the use of nitrogen fertilizers.

Soil acidification can be accelerated by applying acidifying fertilizers through drip irrigation see table below. The rate at which a soil becomes acidified depends on the type of soil. A sandy soil becomes acid more quickly than a clay soil. High lime or organic matter content in a soil slows the acidification process.

Sensitivity to soil potential acidification can be identified through a quick test that determines the Acidification Resistance Index ARI.

This index is calculated from standard soil test data soil pH and exchangeable Ca, Mg, K, Na. The results of the quick test and recommendations are available from your soil test laboratory. There are three categories of soils:.

ARI very sensitive. ARI moderately sensitive. Acidification can be prevented by using fertilizers that do not contain either ammonium or urea.

Soils that are already acidified should be limed to at least pH 6. After several years of drip irrigation, the nutrient content of soil beneath drip irrigation emitters may change.

Soil sampling to determine soil boron, potassium and salinity is a desirable strategy to prevent nutrient deficiencies or excesses from developing. Comparison of a composite soil sample see soil sampling section collected directly beneath emitters to samples collected from alleyways would provide a measure of changes which may have occurred in specific orchards or orchard blocks.

Recent research indicated that orchards frequently have very low leaf boron and zinc concentrations and occasionally low leaf magnesium and potassium levels. Regular leaf sampling and analysis will alert the grower to emerging problems and is an excellent strategy to track the nutritional health of orchard blocks.

Equivalent Acidity of Commonly Applied Fertilizers. From Western. Note: There are also various N sources containing multiple nutrients.

These forms of N are usually more expensive sources of N but are advantageous under situations where other nutrient deficiencies occur as indicated by leaf, soil or fruit analysis. Where soils have become acidic below pH 6 , poor tree growth and certain disorders, such as bark measles on Red Delicious or Fuji, may result.

Lime may be applied to raise soil pH levels. Most virgin soils in the British Columbia Interior are neutral or alkaline i. However, the use of most nitrogen fertilizers and continued irrigation in orchards for many years favours the development of acidic conditions which are caused by the leaching of calcium and magnesium.

Low pH levels are most likely to appear in coarser soils and are often restricted to areas within the driplines of trees, where fertilizers have been applied. The need for liming must be determined by measuring soil pH.

The quantities of limestone to be applied to achieve pH 6. The lime prescribed by a soil test is assumed to have a neutralizing value of calcium carbonate equivalent. Rates for other materials must be adjusted according to their calcium carbonate equivalent. Lime which has been used in CA storage and dolomite lime may be applied at the liming rate recommended for calcium carbonate.

However, CA lime must be applied in a pulverized fine condition to obtain effectiveness equal to ground limestone. Dolomite lime, in addition to alleviating soil acidity, is valuable for supplying magnesium which is commonly deficient to McIntosh, Spartan and Newtown apples.

Lime can be applied at any time of year, except that one month should be allowed between application of fertilizer and application of lime to avoid loss of ammonia nitrogen to the air. Also, one month should be allowed between soil-applied boron and application of lime.

Spring and summer applications of hydrated lime require care be taken to avoid deposits on foliage and fruit, which can suffer burning.

Lime must be broadcast evenly over areas in which the pH is low pH 6. These will usually be areas where fertilizer has been spread year after year. Areas of an orchard in which soil tests show pH levels above 6.

Shallow cultivation after application will aid in the absorption of lime. However, shallow cultivation can also damage tree roots, outweighing any advantage to cultivating in the lime. Limed soils begin to re-acidify from the surface upon reapplication of the commonly used nitrogen fertilizers urea, ammonium nitrate and ammonium sulphate.

Regular pH monitoring of the surface layer 10 cm will indicate when there is a need to reapply. Before planting trees, soil samples should be taken at cm depth. If the soil pH is below 6. Lime should be applied at a rate to bring the soil pH to 6. Otherwise the pH could drop below 5. This chapter has been prepared in the spirit of encouraging effective use of high quality compost to improve the long term sustainability of fruit production in interior BC.

Not all compost is the same, and raw manure is not compost. Enhancing soil organic matter is critical for sustaining orchard productivity, particularly for orchards on coarse-textured soils with low organic matter contents. Enhancing soil organic matter has multiple benefits that all contribute to improved root growth.

For orchardists, the most effective means of enhancing soil organic matter is through the addition of compost to the root zone, either through incorporation into trenches or planting holes before replanting, or through surface application to established plantings.

Composts are distinct from manures and other organic wastes: It is very difficult to use manures and some other non-composted organic wastes as soil amendments without injuring crops and having negative impacts on environmental quality. Such materials can burn roots salt stress, ammonia, organic acids , and surface application can increase the prevalence of fecal bacterial contaminants in the orchard environment which in-turn increases the probability of fruit contamination.

How is compost distinct? Compost is stabilized earthy matter having the properties and structure of humus or native soil organic matter that is beneficial to plant growth when used as a soil amendment. Compost is produced by actively managing the decomposition of large quantities of fresh organic matter.

The first phase of composting involves intense microbial activity as the most easily decomposed parts of the organic matter sugars, starches, proteins are quickly metabolized. In most cases, this phase generates heat and the material reaches temperatures in excess of 50 C, which kills fecal bacteria, plant pathogens, insects and most weed seeds.

This property of stability is important because the application of non-composted organic materials to soil in relatively large quantities can stimulate undesirable flushes in soil microbial activity resulting in the immobilization of nutrients and production of organic acids that are detrimental to root health.

In the case of organic wastes with high nitrogen contents, such as poultry manure, high application rates can also generate toxic levels of ammonia in the soil.

Compost can be produced from a wide variety of initial feedstocks, including manures, prunings, municipal yard trimming, kitchen wastes from municipal greenbin collection programs, food processing wastes, old or spoiled hay, and wood wastes. Growers can obtain finished compost from commercial and municipal composting operations.

Composts can also be made on-farm. The requirements of OMRR ensure that the material has passed through a thermal phase adequate to kill-off fecal bacteria, and that the finished compost is stable, i.

The requirements of OMRR also include limits for heavy metals that are set to prevent their accumulation to problematic levels with long-term repeated compost application. Collectively, the requirements of OMRR ensure that the compost is generally safe for the environment and stable.

Some municipal composts include biosolids or municipal sewage sludge as a feedstock. Such composts can be very high quality and meet OMRR specifications for environmental safety.

It should be noted, however, that guidelines for organic production and some food safety certification programs such as CanadaGAP prohibit the use of compost made with biosolids as a feedstock.

On-farm production of compost: For growers in the Okanagan and Similkameen, poultry manure from the Fraser Valley is a common source of feedstock for making compost.

Using inadequately or improperly composted poultry manure is not substantially different from using fresh poultry manure. As described above, such materials can burn roots salt stress, ammonia, organic acids , and surface application can increase the prevalence of fecal bacterial contaminants in the orchard environment.

Growers attempting to produce on-farm compost from poultry manure should be familiar with how to compost properly. A list of suppliers of composts and manures for composting:. Bighorn Contracting Ltd. Phone GlenGrow, City of Kelowna.

Wholesale quantities of GlenGrow are available at the Glenmore landfill, North Glenmore Road. Phone compost info line Ogogrow contains biosolids , City of Kelowna. Wholesale quantities of Ogogrow are available at the Regional Compost Facility, Commonage Road.

Superior Peat Inc. includes bark mulches and composts , Carmi Avenue, Penticton Phone Corfe Farm. Wholesale quantities of poultry manure compost, delivery available. Southern Plus Feed Lot.

It is important to note that chemical properties can vary substantially between composts made with the same feedstocks, and even among batches of compost made at the same place out of the same feedstocks.

Regardless of whether composts are obtained from commercial suppliers or made on-farm, they should be analyzed before use. The influences that composts have on soil and tree growth are affected by how they are applied as well as their properties. See Soil and Tissue Testing Labs page 9.

Typically, very little of this N is immediately available to the crop as occurs with chemical fertilizers, but becomes available in the long term as the organic material decomposes and interacts with soil N. Consequently, composts should be considered as soil amendments rather than N fertilizers.

Nonetheless, they will affect soil N availability. This can occur for composted dairy solids. Total P and K contents: As with N, the P and K in compost is not as readily available as it is in fertilizers.

In contrast to N, however, less is known about factors governing the availability of P and K in composts. Electroconductivity EC : The EC of compost is a critical property reflecting the salinity of applied materials. It is possible to utilize high EC amendments, but care must be taken to avoid direct contact with roots or the material must be sufficiently diluted with low EC soil to prevent root burn.

In general, surface application is safer than mixing compost into root zone soil when EC is a concern. Composts are generally mixed into soil in planting holes or trenches before replanting or surface-applied as a mulch.

The following are general guidelines for commonly used rates. Maintenance rate - 4 tons per acre covered 4 tonnes per hectare or approximately 10 yards.

In response to trees showing decline — 12 tons per acre covered 12 tonnes per hectare. Root examination before and after application is recommended and may indicate when additional applications are necessary. Compost is generally spread by shovel off a trailer.

In this case the compost should be spread evenly in the herbicide strip. The application rate can be estimated by weighing a 20 litre bucket, spreading the contents evenly in a 10 sq. This gives a visual indication of the rate.

For example, a 20 litre bucket full of compost zinc sulphate container should cover the 4 ft. herbicide strip of 2 ½ trees on a 1 ft. Biochar: Biochar is an amendment which has received recent publicity due to its perceived environmental benefits which include the potential to stabilize and elevate the carbon content of soil at the same time providing the benefits associated with increasing organic matter content.

It is produced by the incomplete combustion of organic material such as forestry waste wood under low oxygen conditions and is often a by-product of its use for energy production. There are several BC companies actively researching its production. At present there is considerable variability in its composition and limited research on its benefits for use in perennial horticultural production systems.

Humic materials: Commercial formulations of humic acid or humate solid form of humic acid are being marketed as growth-promoting soil amendments. These materials are extracted from ancient decomposed plant material in the form of leonardite or lignite soft forms of coal.

Their nutrient contents can be low but formulations can be supplemented by the addition of nutrients. They also have high cation-exchange capacities. The effects of these materials on fruit tree growth have not been studied adequately to support any recommendations.

A phosphorus amended humic material improved initial growth of grape in half the plantings when tested in local vineyards. Liquid organics: There are several liquid organics available and suitable for application with irrigation water, but there have been few comparisons of their effectiveness.

Compost teas are from the leachate produced by aerated or anaerobic no oxygen digestion of manures and have been advocated for insect and disease control and as nutrient supplements.

There is limited documentation of their effectiveness under field conditions. Vermicomposts: Composting carried out via earthworms does not include a high temperature incubation period since temperatures above 35 C kill earthworms.

Commercially available vermicomposts will have had to meet requirements of OMRR with respect to pathogen reduction. Acceptance of vermicomposts can be greater than that of composts because of better visual aspect, high nutrient content and microbiologic activity but there is limited documented proof of superior performance relative to other composts from replicated field trials.

Over the past 20 years a wide range of field experiments have been conducted in grower and government research station orchards to test the effectiveness of increased application of organic matter applied either as surface mulches or amendments incorporated into the soil profile.

The experiments have been conducted in high-density apple orchards on dwarfing rootstocks and involved randomized and replicated comparisons of treatments carried out for years. The number of sites where increased use of organic matter improved orchard performance primarily increased tree yield is summarized in Table 1.

It is important to note that about half of the trials with incorporated amendments were with compost. In one orchard it was found that surface mulching and amendment incorporation buffered against water stress and associated reductions in fruit size which occurred from accidental failure in the irrigation system.

Summary of number of orchards exhibiting improved performance in multi-year experiments conducted over the past 20 years by PARC-Summerland in grower and research high density apple orchards on dwarfing rootstocks.

From this data it can be concluded that use of surface mulches has generally been more effective than incorporation of amendments and that benefits have not always been observed.

In the course of experimentation it was discovered that organic amendments may not result in improved growth of trees on sites with fertile soils or with strong fertigation programs suggesting that for these sites there was no measurable effect on tree performance by the addition of compost.

However, as previously noted, compost can be used to promote long term improvements in soil quality and nutrient reserves. Although use of composts can improve soil moisture regimes this is not a substitute for proper and timely irrigation. For example high frequency irrigation four times daily with small volumes of water could be more effective than surface mulching on a very coarse loamy sand soil.

Also over-irrigation resulting in excessive leaching of nitrogen mineralized from compost could negate the benefits of using composts. Compost is not a substitute for fertilizer programs.

Routine soil and leaf analysis are still recommended in order to maintain nutrient balance in tree fruit blocks. Growers are encouraged to discuss their plans for composting with their field person or with the BC Ministry Extension Service.

Organic application could be ineffective when an important limitation such as replant disease or a nutrient deficiency such as potassium was unaffected by the treatment.

Although beneficial, the grower should not rely on composts to overcome severe replant disease or nutrient deficiency which can often be diagnosed by soil analyses or a plant pot test at the time of planting. As previously indicated compost with a high salt content can inhibit plant growth particularly if concentrated around bare roots.

BC Tree Fruit Production Guide. Currently Viewing: Fruit Tree Nutrition. Fruit Tree Nutrition Monitoring and Assessing the Nutrient Needs of the Orchard Proper balanced nutrition is important in all crops; however, knowing what the right nutrient needed at the right time for the right reasons with the right product can be very different between commodities, orchards, and seasons.

Leaf Analysis Leaf analysis is currently the best available method of determining nutrient status of most minerals in fruit trees. Leaf Sampling Methods for Orchards What to sample : A sample is a composite sample of leaves from multiple trees within a similarly comparable block within the orchard and should not represent more than 10 acres.

Fruitlet Mineral Analysis Like soil and leaf analysis, fruitlet analysis can be a valuable tool when making decisions about feeding programs in apple orchards. Optimum 'Ambrosia' fruitlet mineral values and ratios for samples collected six weeks before anticipated harvest.

Soil Analysis Soil analysis is mostly used to determine the soil acidity or alkalinity pH , the level of soil salts as electrical conductivity EC , and boron.

Soil Sampling Methods for Orchards When to sample: Soil sampling is typically done in the fall or spring. How to sample: a Soil probes see below , augers, or shovels can be used to take samples. c Take a 2. g Fill out a soil information sheet for each sample. h Draw a rough sketch of the orchard indicating the various sampling locations.

com BC Tree Fruits Cooperative Quality Development Lab Winfield, BC Can test soil pH and conduct replant bioassays bioassay tests require minimum 4 months for results.

com MB Laboratores Ltd. com Pacific Soil Analysis Inc. net Apple Leaf Drop Apple leaf drop is sometimes diagnosed as a disease or sometimes as a nutrient deficiency. Application Methods of Mineral Elements All fruit trees in the British Columbia Interior require applications of mineral elements in addition to nitrogen.

Fertigation has several advantages: Transport of nutrients directly to the root zone so that fertilizer amounts and timing can be precise. Reductions in the amount of fertilizer applied relative to standard broadcast application. Less excess nutrients will therefore be available to be leached and pollute the groundwater.

Fertigation cautions: Drip irrigation system must be well designed to provide uniform water distribution System must be maintained regularly to prevent plugged emitters. To ensure that fertilizer is uniformly distributed regardless of the irrigation system layout: Begin fertilizer injections after the system operating pressure has stabilized following turn-on; and Allow 30 minutes of flushing with water after injection has been completed prior to switching to the next zone or turning the system off.

Such procedures are especially important if injections are infrequently made i. Mineral Nutrients Boron B Boron is important for pollen tube growth and thus, is needed at bloom to aid fruit set. Apply only when soil or leaf levels of boron are low. Granubor Fertilizer Borate Granular Calcium Ca Calcium is very important for the building of strong cells in the fruit, new shoots, and roots.

Bitter Pit of Apple, Cork Spot Anjou Pit and Alfalfa Greening of Pears Bitter pit on apples shows as small pits that resemble miniature bruises. Suggested Range of Leaf Levels for Calcium Leaf Type Low Adequate High Apples 1. Reduce nitrogen application to moderate tree vigour.

Do not over or under irrigate in the spring. Lime when soil pH is low. Use bees to ensure good pollination for crop load and full seed set for drawing calcium to fruit 6. Do not apply excessive amounts of potassium in the spring.

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Jepson and Chris Hedstrom This publication outlines major pests, current management practices, critical needs, activity timetables and efficacy ratings of various management tools for pear growers in Oregon and Washington.

View publication. Apple and pear resources. Pscheidt and Marcelo Moretti Get the latest recommendations for insect, mite and disease control in peach orchards of the Willamette Valley. Latest Resources. Credit: Christopher Adams, © Oregon State University Cropped from original. Western Boxelder Bug Feeding Damage in Pear In pear fruit, injury from boxelder bug feeding looks nearly identical to damage caused by the invasive brown marmorated stink bug.

It has been a bad year for PNW cherry growers Like many cropping systems, economic productivity varies from year to year, and is based on many factors. Browse All Resources. Berries, table grapes and kiwifruit. Hazelnuts and nut crops. Organic agriculture. Farm food safety. Integrated pest management.

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