Biocontrol veteran arms for battling brown marmorated stinkbug

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Pennsylvania State University’s Dr. David Biddinger is a veteran in the army battling for better biocontrol, and it’s had its

Apple pricing will be challenging this year

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U.S. apple growers will market a smaller-than-average-size crop this year, but pricing the product won’t be easy, and there are

Clean vines keep viruses out

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Washington State’s grape industry teamed up with researchers and regulatory officials last summer to educate growers and ­vintners about the

Ice cider

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One of the specialty ciders produced at Cidrerie du Minot is called ice cider, which was invented in Quebec about

Last Bite— The Honeycrisp explosion

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It’s been described as “explosively crisp!” and “an apple of almost magical qualities.

In 2006, the Association of University Technology Managers

Fireblight expert retires

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Larry Pusey has used crab apples for his fireblight studies, as they can be manipulated to bloom year round in

Plant in clean ground

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Grape selections that come out of the Clean Plant Center-Northwest Grapes are certified to be free of known grape viruses

From bin to bottle

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A continuous belt press at Tulip Valley Orchard and Vineyard in Mount Vernon, Washington.
Geraldine Warner

Making cider is similar to making

Good Stuff

By |October 1st, 2012|

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Bayer purchases AgraQuest
Bayer Crop Science, headquartered in Germany, has purchased the U.S. biological crop-protection company AgraQuest, Inc., for $425 million

Looking for a bipartisan solution

By |October 1st, 2012|

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Apple harvest season last year brought home to Dale Foreman just how important a reliable labor force was to his

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