December 2006 Issue

What the H-2A program requires

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An employer applying for temporary foreign guest workers must meet a number of conditions:

International collaboration

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A half century ago, when Dwarf Fruit Tree Association took root, very few growers had

In My View: Jim Hazen

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The first week of December culminates months of work by the Washington State Horticultural Association’s

Quick Bites

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California commissions combineThe California Apple Commission has announced a joint management venture with the California Kiwifruit Commission in October. The

Grant funds sliced pear research

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The Pear Bureau Northwest will do research this winter to identify the obstacles to producing

Last Bite: Why the “Big Y”

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The Yakima Fruit Growers Association was established as a growers’ cooperative in 1911 for the purpose of packing, storing, and

Rainier cherry is Fogle’s legacy

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Dr. Harold W. Fogle, inventor of the Rainier cherry, died last October in Takoma Park, Maryland, aged 88.

Apple growers hold off on claims

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Apple growers in Canada have halted plans to file a formal complaint regarding the alleged dumping of U.S. apples north

Washington State grower pioneered nectarines in Yakima Valley

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Second-generation orchardist Ray “Bud” Redman, Jr., who was one of the first to grow nectarines

Poor returns fuel cherry dumping allegations

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Cherry growers in British Columbia, Canada, have announced plans to launch a trade action against

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