By admin|2014-03-27T11:06:42+00:00February 15th, 2010|
The Young Grower Alliance is growing. It’s still shy of its official fourth birthday, but the YGA has expanded beyond
By admin|2014-02-24T19:32:37+00:00February 15th, 2010|
Every year, the Valicoff Fruit Company in the Yakima Valley dutifully sends off W-2 tax forms for its pickers. President
By admin|2014-02-24T19:21:53+00:00February 15th, 2010|
Orchardists represent a sliver of American agriculture. Most of our nation’s farmers grow field crops such as corn, wheat, and
By admin|2014-02-24T19:31:11+00:00February 15th, 2010|
Arden Harris was a member of a family that pioneered in the development of the lumber resources of the Entiat
By admin|2014-02-24T19:28:37+00:00February 15th, 2010|
Grapevine fanleaf, an infectious degenerative disease, is the oldest known viral disease of grapevines. It is believed that fanleaf virus
By Melissa Hansen|2014-02-24T19:50:50+00:00February 15th, 2010|
As Washington growers have ramped up production of organic apples, the volume of apples going into storage has also increased,
By Melissa Hansen|2014-02-24T19:16:22+00:00February 15th, 2010|
Powdery mildew is a tough disease to control for Pacific Northwest cherry growers, but it’s even tougher for organic growers
By Melissa Hansen|2014-02-24T19:23:48+00:00February 15th, 2010|
Orchards that have secondary bloom or have later-blooming varieties are more at risk for fireblight infection.
Controlling fireblight without antibiotics is
By admin|2014-02-24T19:44:15+00:00February 15th, 2010|
Apple scab overwinters in infected leaves on the orchard floor. Spores from the dead leaves are produced in the spring
By Melissa Hansen|2014-02-24T19:41:33+00:00February 15th, 2010|
Ask the following questions before choosing a nursery, suggests Cameron Nursery’s Paul Tvergyak.
Longevity—How long has the company been in business?