October 2009 Issue

The route to commercialization

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New apple varieties from Washington State University will be evaluated and commercialized under the following general guidelines. The fees and

IAC members

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Members of the breeding ­program’s Industry Advisory Council are: Brent Milne, Bob Brammer, Bruce Allen, Bryon McDougall, Dale Goldy, Dan

No club for WSU apples

By |October 1st, 2009|

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New apple varieties released by Washington State University will not be club varieties. Dr. Jim McFerson, manager of the

Ready for robots?

By |October 1st, 2009|

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Brad Hamner of Carnegie Mellon University walks alongside an autonomous vehicle as it moves down the rows in

WSU releases its first apple variety

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Retired WSU apple breeder Dr. Bruce Barritt checks another promising selection in an evaluation plot in a commercial orchard.
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New varieties for New York

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A group called New York Apple Growers, LLC, has been formed to commercialize apple varieties developed by Cornell University, New

Tighter spacing, less crop

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High density often translates into higher production in tree fruit, but in Concord juice grapes, Dr. Markus Keller has found

Full U.S. apple crop ahead

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Apple-growing regions across the United States are reporting full crops this season. The U.S. Apple Association estimates the total

Last Bite – Mining engineer turns fruit grower

By |October 1st, 2009|

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Yakima orchardist Ed Bannister adopted the Pyramid brand name in 1915 after purchasing his first five acres of

Ontario apple plant expands with local support

By |October 1st, 2009|

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Kirk Kemp says a buy-local trend has boosted his company’s sales. Ontario’s apple industry was facing

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