December 2009 Issue

Surviving the cold

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These grapevines await their winter pruning. Mechanically pruning vines that have severe bud damage from cold may be a cost-effective

Past, present, and future

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Chuck Peters designed his new pear orchard with mechanization and new technologies in mind.

It might be possible to develop apples

Australia’s water crisis forces changes

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Dealing with rising temperatures may be a conundrum for fruit growers confronting ­climate change, but in Australia it’s been ­complicated

Changes will come faster. Will you keep up?

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Agricultural economist

Two decades ago, at a time when the industry had yet to produce more than 60 million boxes of

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