December 2009 Issue

Cold-friendly varieties

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Last winter’s cold damage has helped researchers and grape growers identify varieties that are best suited to British Columbia’s Okanagan

Field sorting could bring a bonus

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The recently planted WSU research orchard will allow study of planting designs for the future.

One of the new technologies Washington

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

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