By Richard Lehnert|2014-01-10T16:39:25+00:00May 15th, 2011|
Bob Andersen retired as Cornell’s stone fruit breeder in 2004, when this picture was taken, and now works with David
By Melissa Hansen|2014-01-10T16:09:18+00:00May 15th, 2011|
Since McDonald’s rolled out its new milkshakes earlier this year, the U.S. cherry industry is “lovin’ it.” Sitting like a
By Melissa Hansen|2014-01-10T16:17:13+00:00May 15th, 2011|
Data on deficit irrigation treatments on juice and wine grapes will be collected by WSU’s Joan Davenport.
A broad research coalition
By Melissa Hansen|2014-01-10T15:55:33+00:00May 15th, 2011|
The sustainable vineyard water management research project, directed by Dr. James Ayars, involves a team of more than 20 researchers,
By admin|2014-01-10T16:27:55+00:00May 15th, 2011|
These pushpin-like balloons identify sites that are sensitive to ill effects from spray drift. Growers register the sites so neighbors
By admin|2014-01-10T16:10:09+00:00May 15th, 2011|
The Bing cherry was named for Seth Lewelling’s Chinese foreman.
NORTHWEST CHERRY GROWERS
Bing has been king of fresh market sweet cherries
By Richard Lehnert|2014-01-10T16:15:22+00:00May 15th, 2011|
For nearly 40 years, integrated pest management has been the hallmark of progressive thinking in fruit production and agriculture generally.
By Richard Lehnert|2014-01-10T16:19:41+00:00May 15th, 2011|
On March 30 of this cool spring, the year-old test planting was showing no sign of breaking dormancy.
Sweet cherry growers
By Geraldine Warner|2014-01-10T16:37:14+00:00May 15th, 2011|
Cherry breeding at East Malling Research Center in the United Kingdom will continue thanks to a three-way partnership involving East
By admin|2014-01-10T16:26:06+00:00May 15th, 2011|
As of spring 2011, growers in eastern Washington have several new fungicides at their disposal for managing powdery mildew.