February 1st 2012 Issue

In The Box

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Brothers Mark, Ted, David, and John Rice were named Good Fruit Growers of the Year for 2011. They are the

Honoree is a survivor

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Rob Andrews, holding what was once a Merlot vine, said they wasted no time reworking their Merlot blocks,

Honoree is a survivor

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Rob Andrews, holding what was once a Merlot vine, said they wasted no time reworking their Merlot blocks, which were

Good Job

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Lewis receives Latino award Karen Lewis, Washington State University tree fruit regional extension specialist, has been honored with

Good Job

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Lewis receives Latino award
Karen Lewis, Washington State University tree fruit regional extension specialist, has been honored with the first annual

Inmates available

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 Inmates are available to work in Washington State orchards for the same hourly wage as other ­employees receive.    

Inmates available

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Inmates are available to work in Washington State orchards for the same hourly wage as other ­employees receive.

Dan Fazio, executive

MAP funds granted for stone fruits

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Dissolution of the California Tree Fruit Agreement created opportunity for Washington State stone fruit, says Ingrid Mohn,

MAP funds granted for stone fruits

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Dissolution of the California Tree Fruit Agreement created opportunity for Washington State stone fruit, says Ingrid Mohn, FAS market development

Let natural enemies play a role

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Growers today tend to think that integrated pest management has to do primarily with monitoring pests and scheduling ­pesticide

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