By Geraldine Warner|2013-11-07T12:25:54+00:00January 15th, 2013|
The Washington apple industry must be one of the few that puts every possible input into the product before throwing
By Melissa Hansen|2013-11-07T12:14:05+00:00January 15th, 2013|
The 2012 season marked the first time there was significant quantity of the early Rainier-type cherry Early Robin in the
By admin|2013-11-24T18:31:53+00:00January 15th, 2013|
Developers put some teeth into their apple press.
Photo courtesy of Anderson Island Historical Society
The humble potato harvester, developed in the
By Melissa Hansen|2013-11-07T12:18:39+00:00January 15th, 2013|
Jon Wyss, government affairs analyst for Gebbers Farms, urges tree fruit growers to make their voices heard in the next
By Geraldine Warner|2013-11-24T18:44:27+00:00January 15th, 2013|
Photos courtesy of John Maher
It was the “elegant, gorgeous shape” of wooden orchard ladders that first struck artist John Maher.
By admin|2014-07-02T12:04:28+00:00January 15th, 2013|
British are Smitten
Prevar Limited has licensed the rights to grow, market, and sell the Smitten apple in the United Kingdom
By Geraldine Warner|2013-11-24T18:27:36+00:00January 15th, 2013|
California is facing an emerging wine shortage, according to Stephens Moody with Turrentine Brokerage in Novato, California.
Turrentine, which handles bulk
By admin|2013-11-24T18:27:40+00:00January 15th, 2013|
1. Which of the following is not a tree fruit disease?
a. Black rot
b. Blue mold
c. White rot
d. Pink rot
By admin|2014-07-02T12:02:35+00:00January 15th, 2013|
It all began over French fries. I was eating lunch with a group of professional women in Washington State. There
By admin|2013-11-07T12:33:16+00:00January 15th, 2013|
IPM academy focuses on shifting weather patterns
Michigan State University is offering fruit growers a two-day workshop that focuses on integrated