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Corr: Skeena has edge in Round #2 Cherry estimate

By |May 29th, 2014|

In their latest published estimate for the cherry crop, Northwest Cherry Growers remain bullish. This year’s crop is expected [...]

Corr: the science, skill and beauty of a new orchard

By |May 28th, 2014|

I pass this field daily on my way to Good Fruit Grower’s offices in Yakima, Washington.

Our magazine reports on [...]

Corr: California growers criticize University of California

By |May 27th, 2014|

One of the great strengths of the American food industry is the strong partnerships between universities and grower groups. [...]

Knock wood. NW cherry crop still looking big

By |May 21st, 2014|

The Northwest’s cherry crop remains on track to be the third biggest crop in history.

Northwest Cherry Growers held their [...]

I’m Cosmic Crisp, says apple formerly known as WA 38

By |May 21st, 2014|

 

Clarification appended.

The much anticipated WA 38 apple variety will go by the brand name Cosmic Crisp, Washington State University [...]

Corr: Follow us on Facebook and Twitter

By |May 19th, 2014|

The staff of Good Fruit Grower started accounts with Facebook and Twitter as part of our  effort to improve [...]

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    NW Cherry Growers expect 19.96m boxes this year, up 39 percent from 2013

NW Cherry Growers expect 19.96m boxes this year, up 39 percent from 2013

By |May 9th, 2014|

Northwest Cherry Growers have issued their Round One estimate for this year’s cherry crop, and it’s bullish: up 39 [...]

Allan Brothers buys Sagemoor Vineyards

By |April 10th, 2014|

Allan Brothers, one of the Yakima Valley’s most prominent fruit companies, is buying another well-known name, Sagemoor Vineyards, for [...]

We are hiring: Design and Production Manager

By |April 10th, 2014|

Good Fruit Grower, the essential resource for tree fruit and grape producers, is seeking an exceptional individual to lead design and production for print and online platforms.

Pruning demonstrations on stopping postharvest disease

By |March 5th, 2014|

Three Northwest industry groups have organized pruning demonstrations on how to stop postharvest diseases spread by infected Manchurian crabapple trees.