November 2012 Issue

Des Layne joins WSU

By |November 1st, 2012|

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Washington State University has appointed Dr. Desmond Layne, a professor at Clemson University in South Carolina, to the new position

Planning for continued success

By |November 1st, 2012|

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Those are among the reasons why the main theme of the association’s annual meeting, December 3 to 5, will be

Machines in Quebec

By |November 1st, 2012|

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Apple growers in Canada’s Quebec Province aren’t having the labor problems U.S. growers have. They have access to Hispanic workers

Good Stuff

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New Zealand’s Tow and Blow
Tow and Blow is a portable wind machine developed in New Zealand by engineer Kim McAulay.

New director

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Soil Scientist Dr. Rich Koenig has been appointed associate dean and director of Washington State University Extension. He was formerly

Last Bite

By |November 1st, 2012|

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Winemaking in France is believed to date back at least 2,600 years to the ­founding of Massilia, the city now

Yeast tested as lure

By |November 1st, 2012|

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A species of yeast that University of California scientists have found in cherries and raspberries infested by the spotted wing

Good to Know

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Grape growers have been closely watching the spread of the brown marmorated stinkbug (Halyomorpha halys Stål). It was first identified

Good to Know—What growers want in new varieties

By |November 1st, 2012|

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Adopting a new scion cultivar is a crucial decision for tree fruit growers, who must consider both horticultural and market

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