May 15th 2013 Issue

Achieving the optimal crop load

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Precision pruning is a good first step to adjusting crop load and producing fruit of the best size and quality.

Widely planted

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Coral Champagne has been the hottest selling cherry variety in California in recent years, according to accounts from nurseries, brokers,

Popular cultivar almost wasn’t

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Coral Champagne cherries ripen after Chelan and about ten days before Bing.

New tree fruit varieties can take decades before going

Chelan Fruit gears up

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Orondo Ruby is a yellow-fleshed cherry that has more blush and matures earlier than Rainier.
PHOTO COURTESY OF G&C ORCHARDS

Cherry production

Top five ways to grow large cherries

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Lynn Long, Oregon State University Extension educator, gives a pruning demonstration during an international tree fruit meeting held last winter

SWD in Europe

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A female spotted wing drosophila lays eggs on a cherry.
PHOTO BY PETER SHEARER, OSU

Fluctuating populations of spotted wing drosophila from

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