January 1st 2011 Issue

Growing new grape leaders

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In recent years, the annual meeting of the Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers has expanded its educational sessions and

Learn how to get paid

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Increasing numbers of growers are reporting difficulty in getting paid for their grapes, a result of the trickle effect that

How to get paid for your grapes

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The down economy has had a ripple effect on the wine grape industry. Fewer restaurant meals and reduced entertaining budgets

Advocate for breeding program

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John Carter is known for his relentless dedication to goals.

Oregon grower John Carter has been involved in cherry industry trade

Smaller Washington grape crop in 2010

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A steady trend in juice grape acreage and reduced overall inventory of grape juice should lead to similar—or slightly higher—cash

Pear Bureau to work closer with sales desks

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A pear industry task force is recommending that the Pear Bureau Northwest and pear shippers and marketers work more closely

Figuring out profitability

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High yields or high prices alone are not enough to ensure that a Gala apple grower will see a profit,

Good time for renewal or expansion

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Honeycrisp apples flow through the new three-lane Compac packing line at Lake Ontario Fruit Company. The company expanded last summer,

Specialty crops will be on center stage

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David Schweikhardt predicts a lively specialty-crops– centered Farm Bill debate will start in Congress soon.

Specialty crops growers, who were pleased

Passion for research

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Cherries, with their sensitivity to rain at harvest time and market swings, are one of the riskiest and most volatile

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