Colorado’s canker crisis costing millions

By |July 7th, 2017|

Growers and researchers are working together to figure out how to protect peach trees.

Hansen: Filling void in weed research at WSU

By |July 6th, 2017|

New WSU faculty member puts emphasis on weed management in Washington vineyards.

Mite threatening honeybees in New York

By |June 29th, 2017|

A tiny mite is being blamed for major honeybee losses in New York, threatening the state’s $500 million agriculture industry.

WSU wine researchers win distilled spirit honors

By |June 29th, 2017|

A team from Washington State University took home top honors at the Worldwide Distilled Spirits Conference in Glasgow, Scotland, for research on spirits using a technique traditionally used on wine.

To KGB or not to KGB?

By |June 29th, 2017|

Some cherry growers expand, some scale back on labor-friendly Kym Green Bush systems.

New Canadian pear varieties are fire blight tolerant

By |June 29th, 2017|

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A decade after a processing plant closed and persistent fire blight problems pushed many Ontario growers out of the pear

Honeycrisp sports race toward red

By |June 27th, 2017|

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New varieties aren’t the only things on growers’ minds. They are also thinking about upgrading their Honeycrisp to one of

EverCrisp off to a good start

By |June 23rd, 2017|

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EverCrisp, Midwest Apple Improvement Association’s first commercial release, was a hit with customers in Cleveland last summer.

It’s a Honeycrisp and

Should Cosmic Crisp have a “utility” grade?

By |June 21st, 2017|

Questions remain about color standards for new Washington State University variety.

Cosmic tips to growing WA 38

By |June 21st, 2017|

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The first commercial trees were planted this spring of the new apple variety WA 38, following nearly a decade of

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