January 1st 2013 Issue

Maia’s special advisor

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While not associated with the Midwest Apple Improvement Association as its apple breeder, Ohio State University’s Dr. Diane Doud Miller

Hello EverCrisp, goodbye Fuji?

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For Mitch Lynd, the introduction of EverCrisp apples into Midwestern growers’ orchards will probably mean they won’t plant Fuji in

Packer finds his niche

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With more than 40 percent of his acreage in the New Zealand apple varieties Pacific Rose and Jazz, Scott Smith

Paternity test implicates Napoleon

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Genetic testing has revealed that the blush cherry Napoleon Bigarreau (Napoleon for short) is the father of the Bing cherry.

Good Job

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Cherry co-op names new president
Oregon Cherry Growers, Inc., a member -owned fruit cooper­ative, named Timothy Ramsey as its new president

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