By Melissa Hansen|2013-11-24T18:28:10+00:00April 1st, 2012|
Tom Roach outlined labor options at a recent Washington Growers League meeting.
Growers worried about securing a work force for the
By admin|2013-11-24T18:27:23+00:00April 1st, 2012|
Four-year-old Packham trees on Winter Nelis rootstock planted 22.5 cm (9 inches) apart on Open Tatura (9,876 trees per hectare,
By Geraldine Warner|2013-11-24T18:41:12+00:00April 1st, 2012|
Amit Dhingra’s research shows that the new product delays ripening differently than MCP.
An organic compound that has the potential to
By admin|2013-11-24T18:40:04+00:00April 1st, 2012|
Fameuse vary in appearance from a fiery, solid-red to striped-red-over-green skin with bright white flesh sometimes streaked with crimson. The
By Geraldine Warner|2013-11-24T18:24:09+00:00April 1st, 2012|
WSU’s newest variety, WA 38, is a cross of Enterprise and Honeycrisp.
Washington State University has released a third apple
By Melissa Hansen|2013-11-14T11:24:12+00:00April 1st, 2012|
Merlot grapes have had a strong presence in Washington State since 1956 when the late Dr. Walter Clore brought cuttings
By Geraldine Warner|2013-11-24T18:18:30+00:00April 1st, 2012|
Karen Ward runs WSU’s Plant Pest Diagnostic Clinic.
If you find strange rots or spots on your fruit trees or some
By Geraldine Warner|2013-11-14T11:28:39+00:00April 1st, 2012|
Two new pests—the brown marmorated stinkbug and spotted wing drosophila—have snuck into the United Kingdom but are not yet established
By Melissa Hansen|2013-11-24T18:19:51+00:00April 1st, 2012|
Mike Gempler (facing camera) tours Sage Bluff housing project.
Housing—be it state-subsidized tent programs, onsite grower-owned, or public housing built
By admin|2013-11-24T18:19:05+00:00April 1st, 2012|
Lapins fruit quality was excellent in all three years of the deficit irrigation study.
A significant portion of sweet cherry