January 1st 2013 Issue

Hydrocooled apples stay crisp and tasty

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The Gadbois family has planted most of its apples on Canada-developed Ottawa rootstocks. Trees at right are Sunrise on Ottawa

Tower sprayer works for Quebec grower

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Fruiteraie des Gadbois has another unique feature, a tower, or sleeve, sprayer Benoit Gadbois developed working with Dr. Bernard Panneton

Where is the juice grape market headed?

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Greg MacGill

On the surface, Washington State’s juice grape industry looks the picture of good economic times—crop inventories are in balance

New player enters Concord juice deal

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The last berries of a Concord grape delivery make their way from the receiving station to the de-stemmer.
Photo by Melissa

Putting the apple into apple juice

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Terry Chambers, left, and Jim Early stand in front of five new tanks added this year to increase bulk storage

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