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Apple and pear growers in the United Kingdom are saying enough is enough. Frustrated by the proliferation of farm certifications and regulations, the British
Blue grow tubes protect young grapevines in Naramata. Robert Van Western is a third-generation fruit grower in British Columbia, Canada, who,
Bill Hamlin of Custom Mobile Bottling oversees a recent bottling at the Winemaker’s Loft in Prosser. Here are a few key
Any way you slice it, apples are good for your health. Researchers around the world continue to uncover the apple’s nutritive power and increasingly important
Wine can move through a mobile bottling line at a rate of 65 bottles per minute. When it’s time for a
Inaugural article in "Good Health" series earns praise. ¡Bien Hecho! DearGood Fruit Grower: I work for the Rural Community Development Resources Center for Latino
Ralph Sundquist was able to grow his business during the Great Depression by investing wisely and by using innovative marketing. The Surety box label was
Cherry Exports The U.S. Transportation Security Administration met with shippers last month in Yakima, Washington, to explain how a congressionally mandated bill will affect
Brandon Mulvaney (in the blue shirt) operates the over-the-row platform wirelessly. It began two years ago with a rough sketch on
Organic grower John Hickerson of New Jersey has a big pest problem. It’s called the leopard moth.
has a 137-acre farm at Newton in Sussex County
Orchardists and horticulturists have been eager to learn about new pest management tools and strategies. Representatives of more than 43,000 acres
Mark Mazzola checks a DNA sequence from streptomyces, a soil bacterium that induces plant defense responses. The growth of streptomyces is stimulated by
A first-leaf UFO planting. Ideally, nursery trees would be unheaded at planting so that they quickly fill the space along the wire.
Andy den Hoed Andy den Hoed, a grape grower who transferred water from an orchard in the northern part of Washington
Orchard owners Eliot and Tina Scull are feeling the squeeze of urban development around their nine-acre apple orchard at Fourth Street in East Wenatchee, Washington,
A healthy economy goes hand in hand with a healthy environment. That’s the philosophy of conservationists Eliot and Tina Scull.
Some Pacific Northwest tree fruit packers are complying with as many as 11 food safety programs, a recent survey by the Northwest Horticultural Council shows,
New country-of-origin labeling requirements that come into effect this fall should have little impact on the tree fruit industry, says Chris Schlect, president of the
Commissioner Mary Lou Peterson says without water rights, land is useless for agriculture. In an agricultural county that’s already experiencing water
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January 29th, 2016|0 Comments
It’s a new era for viticulture and enology research in Washington.
Washington’s wine industry has started the process of building a world-class research program.
The industry has
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