January 15th 2011 Issue

Fumigation improves productivity

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Published January 15, 2011
Over the past 25 years, 130,000 acres of orchards have been replanted in Washington State, [...]

Small orchards, but big impact

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South Tyrol extension advisor Bernhard Botzner shows the concrete poles used for trellis supports.

Published January 15, 2011
Don’t let [...]

Firm seeks approval for transgenic apple

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The Arctic Golden was developed with the fresh-cut market in mind.

Published January 15, 2011
Last April, Okanagan Specialty Fruits, [...]

Why Italian orchards are so productive

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Dr. Martin Thalheimer says the South Tyrol’s high productivity in apples is due to a combination of factors—uniform, high-density [...]

Not the first GMO fruit

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HoneySweet plum

Published January 15, 2011
If Okanagan Specialty Fruits’s nonbrowning apples win U.S. government approval for development and marketing, [...]

Italian extension service is well funded

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Published January 15, 2011
The South Tyrol Advisory Service performs many of the same services that Cooperative Extension does [...]

Mildew-resistant cherries awaited

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WSU cherry breeder Nnadozie Oraguzie explains the goals of the breeding program during a field day at Prosser.

Published January [...]

Double-axis system shows benefits

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North Americans in the foreground Sigifredo Corral, left, and Martin Leighton compare notes on the impressive wall of Pink [...]

Resistance is still a goal

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Published January 15, 2011
Mildew resistance continues to be a focus of Washington State University’s cherry breeding program. Breeder [...]