September 2008 Issue

How it was done

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Open Tatura with two leaders, showing only one side of the two canopies. It is “open” because a

Pear prices too low, say growers

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Don Weippert says processing pears are not profitable for growers unless they have very high yields.

Pear study is helpful

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by Geraldine Warner n independent report on global canned pear production supports claims by the U.S. processed pear industry

Imports eat into canned pear market

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Cheap imported pears from China and Thailand are taking an increasing bite out of the market for canned pears in

Grow pears profitably

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Three-year-old Bartlett trees after pruning. The trees are filled with one- and two-year-old fruiting wood and some spurs.

First Bite

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It’s all about the pears. If you’re knee-deep in harvest, you’re likely not thinking much about

EPA fines packers

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Fourteen tree fruit packers in eastern Washington State have together paid more than $600,000 in

Good Job

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Hort Association hires Bruce Grim Orchardist and attorney Bruce Grim of Entiat, Washington, has been appointed executive director of

In Memory

By |September 1st, 2008|

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Lorne Doud, one of the founding members of the International Dwarf Fruit Tree Association, died on August 1 at the

Quick Bites

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Apple Commission Changes Leadership Ken Severn has been appointed interim director of the Washington Apple Commission until the board

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