Our Research


The BCCA supports research projects that help advance the cherry industry. Successful projects on pest control, post harvest handling, breeding, and disease suppression are examples of work done in past.

Find out more about these projects: *links coming soon

  • Weather Station Project: Oyama 2015
  • Comparison of trap types and lures for SWD Project Report
  • Chemical Control of SWD  2015 
  • SlipSkin and Replant  2015 
  • Breeding and Physiology 2015 
  • 2014 Cherry Fruitlet Report final version 
  • Cherry Quality 2015 Hortsymposium 
  • AIP: Chemical Control of SWD
  • Cherry Slip Skin November Up-date:
  • Root Zone Review:
  • Knowledge transfer – Wilson
  • Cherry DNA
  • The Summary of Consumers on Cherries
  • Chemical Control SWD
  • Economic opportunity and health benefits – Ross
  • Cherry SlipSkin and Replant
  • Soil Health
  • AIP Project on breeding
  • DIAP project on varieties
  • Compost for healthy trees
  • Biopesticides Minor Use Priority Setting Workshops
  • New Systems and Varieties
  • Chemical Control SWD
  • Growing Regina
  • Little Cherry Virus
  • Storage and Shipping of Sentennial and Sovereign
  • Cull Management for SWD control 
  • Irrigation and Drought
  • Cherry Powdery Mildew Interim Report_2012
  • Fruit waste utilization study 
  • Starlings_2012 – interim report
  • Postharvest and CO2 Shock Treatment
  • Powdery Mildew Control
  • SWD Cull Pile Control
  • NC 140 Training and Rootstock Trials
  • Irrigation and Crop Load Studies for Coping with Drought
  • Starling Population Control
  • Spotted Wing Drosophila Similkameen Monitoring and Trap Trial