专业站点

国内专业站点

F 中国特色水果网  

http://site.aweb.com.cn/main.asp?src=http://www.tsfruit.com

中国最大的水果资讯平台。

F 福建果业

http://space.igoho.com/?viewthread-20688.html

是由福建省农业厅种植业管理局果树科与福建省果品营销协会联合组办的福建果树专业网站。

F 果蔬贮藏保鲜信息网

http://yongui.6to23.com/

提供果蔬贮藏保鲜技术的最新信息,集教学、科研与网络化为一体。

F 优质果品信息网

http://www.fruits.ha.cn/index.asp

提供果业动态、品种介绍、设施栽培、标准化管理等信息。

F 中国林果信息网

http://www.linguo.com.cn/

提供名优品种的介绍及栽培管理等信息。

F 台湾蔬果天堂

    http://www.myerstone.com.tw/f&v/

介绍香蕉、芒果、杨桃等水果的生物学特性。

F 陕西果业信息网 

http://www.guoye.sn.cn/

介绍陕西的果品及果业技术。

F 中国枣网

http://www.zao.com.cn/

提供全国各种枣类的介绍,枣树优良品系的栽培技术及病虫害防治等信息。

F 河北鸭梨网

http://shxzht.51.net/index.html

介绍河北鸭梨的优良品种及栽培技术。

F 中国种植业信息网

http://zzys.agri.gov.cn/btxw.asp?tabkind=guoye&tabname

提供水果的新品种、栽培技术、质量标准等信息。

F 中华果都网

http://www.chinadsh.com/db_mt/

是一个集果品信息采集、处理、检索、远程传输、发布、数据库应用、信息分析预测、电子商务于一体的农业网络信息平台。

F 亚洲水果信息网

http://www.asia-fruit.com/

介绍苹果等水果的种植、储存等知识及信息。

F 中国园艺网

http://www.rose-china.com/

果蔬专栏中介绍了果蔬的优良品种、栽培技术、病虫害防治等信息。

F 中国果业网

http://www.zhbgs.com/

提供国内外果树、野生果树、盆栽果树等新优品种、种苗繁育、栽培技术、病虫害防治等信息。

F 中国果品信息网   

http://www.china-fruit.com.cn/

是一个面向果品生产、流通、贮藏、加工、消费的全国性果品专业网站。

F 山东果品信息网

http://www.sd-fruit.com/tech/show.asp?

果品行业动态、果品展示、供求关系、技术交流等信息。

F 中国果菜网

http://www.cfv2000.com.cn/

提供温带果树、亚热带果树、热带果树等的栽培技术、病虫害防治的相关信息。

F 海南荔枝网

http://www.litchi.org/

提供荔枝等热带水果的新优品种、特性及栽培技术等信息。

F 中国荔枝网   

http://www.lichee.net/

提供荔枝的种类、栽培技术等信息。

F 荔枝网

http://www.efruit.com.cn/lzw/index.asp

提供广东、广西、海南等省区的荔枝品种及种质、地理分布、特征特性。

F 中国荔乡

http://www.lichi.net/zh_cn/

详细介绍广东的荔枝品种的分类标准、优良品种及高产栽培等一系列相关信息。

F 香蕉网

http://www.efruit.com.cn/xjw/

介绍香蕉的品种、特性、栽培管理、病虫害防治等相关信息。

F 龙眼网

http://www.efruit.com.cn/longyan/

全面介绍龙眼的品种、种植技术、生产动态等信息。

F 芒果网

http://www.efruit.com.cn/mangguo/

全面介绍芒果产业状况,为芒果生产、加工、销售提供一条龙信息服务的专业信息站点。

F 柑桔网

http://www.efruit.com.cn/ganju/

提供我国柑桔的地理分布、生长环境、栽培技术管理等信息。

 

国外专业站点

F Adams County Nursery

http://www.acnursery.com/

Check your trees to insure they are in good condition and notify ACN of any problems. If planting cannot be done immediately, fruit trees can be stored in their shipping container in a cool area for two weeks. Do not store trees in a closed area with fruit because Ethylene gas emitted by fruit will kill trees. Keep roots moist and add water as needed. If planting will be delayed further, trees should be 'heeled in' by planting temporarily in loose soil as soon as possible.

F California Tropical Fruit Tree Nursery  

http://www.tropicalfruittrees.com/

California Tropical Fruit Tree Nursery cultivates the finest varieties of both are and well-known tropical fruit trees.

F Good Fruit.com   

http://www.goodfruit.com/core.html

    Good Fruit Grower's Web site will remain free to all magazine subscribers, however, beginning January 1, 2002, full access will require membership. All magazine subscribers qualify for free membership. Members/Subscribers will have immediate access to the current issue as well as search capabilities for past issues. Non subscribers will only have access to classifieds, Buyers Guide, and other selected material.

F National Sustainable Agriculture Information Sercice(Fruit)

http://attra.ncat.org/horticultural.html#Fruits

    National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service is managed by the National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) and is funded under a grant from the United States Department of Agriculture's Rural Business-Cooperative Service. Visit the NCAT Web site for more information on our sustainable agriculture projects.

F Pennsylvania Tree Fruit Production Guide

http://tfpg.cas.psu.edu/default.htm

    The web version of the production guide also includes several databases, pictures of fruit cultivars, and slide presentations on aspects of fruit production. Penn State’s Fruit Times newsletters are available at frec.cas.psu.edu/fruit_times.htm.

F Pomology & Viticulture   

http://www.dpvta.uniud.it/arb/home_page.htm

The 'Pomology & Viticulture' section has competence on temperate fruit crops and grapevine. Focus is mainly in kiwifruit (Actinidia), of which the Department holds the largest germplasm repository in Europe, grapevine (Vitis), and to a lesser extent apple (Malus), peach (Persica), and cherry (Prunus). Key research activities include: genetics and breeding, plant physiology and metabolism.

F Pomology Links   

http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/syllabi/319/pomologylinks.html

    It provides links about stone fruitpome fruitsmall fruitnut, etc.

F The Fruit Tree Project   

http://www.vcn.bc.ca/fruit/

    It builds communities and strengthens food security using local backyard fruit. They connect people who have excess fruit from their backyard fruit trees with those who have the time and energy to harvest it. Most of the harvested fruit is donated to community organizations and individuals in need. They also offer canning and pruning workshops to pass on skills which are quickly being lost in our urban environment.

F Tree Fruit Technology (TFT)   

http://genomics.msu.edu/fruitdb/pomology.shtml

Tree Fruit Technology (TFT) is a web-based resource for the analysis of DNA sequence information for tree fruit crops grown in Michigan and other temperate regions of the U.S. - namely apple, pear, peach/nectarine, apricot, plum, and sweet and sour cherry.