By admin|2008-09-01T00:00:00+00:00September 1st, 2008|
Earlier this year, I was asked to project the future Bartlett pear volumes for the
Open Tatura with two leaders, showing only one side of the two canopies. It is “open” because a
By Geraldine Warner|2008-09-01T00:00:00+00:00September 1st, 2008|
Don Weippert says processing pears are not profitable for growers unless they have very high yields.
by Geraldine Warner n independent report on global canned pear production supports claims by the U.S. processed pear industry
Cheap imported pears from China and Thailand are taking an increasing bite out of the market for canned pears in
Three-year-old Bartlett trees after pruning. The trees are filled with one- and two-year-old fruiting wood and some spurs.
It’s all about the pears. If you’re knee-deep in harvest, you’re likely not thinking much about
Fourteen tree fruit packers in eastern Washington State have together paid more than $600,000 in
Hort Association hires Bruce Grim Orchardist and attorney Bruce Grim of Entiat, Washington, has been appointed executive director of
Lorne Doud, one of the founding members of the International Dwarf Fruit Tree Association, died on August 1 at the