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Here we are in the first week of August and the 2015 Northwest Cherry season is all but over.
This will be the earliest finish for
The 2015 IFTA summer tour provided an intense learning environment for growers and researchers who took part in the the three day event in eastern
NASA’s Earth Observatory website released two images this week comparing Lake Shasta’s decline over a nine year period illustrating how drought conditions are impacting the
To hear some critics tell it, the government’s decision Friday the 13th to deregulate a GMO apple was bad luck for growers and consumers. You
As the saying goes in the cherry industry, the only thing that’s the same every year is that it will be different. As an industry,
● Darci Vetter, on July 10, cleared the Senate’s confirmation process and now holds the job of “U.S. Chief Agricultural Negotiator” at the office of
Two and one-half years have passed since West Mathison broached the idea of industry consolidation in Washington State at the December, 2011 Annual Meeting in Wenatchee of the Washington State Horticultural Association (WSHA).
I pass this field daily on my way to Good Fruit Grower’s offices in Yakima, Washington.
Our magazine reports on the latest research on best practices
One of the great strengths of the American food industry is the strong partnerships between universities and grower groups. That’s especially evident in Washington State,
The promotion staff at the Northwest Cherry Growers has been all over the globe over the past several months.
Likewise, the phone continues to ring with