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February 24th, 2014|1 Comment
Basalt Cellars is reviving the once-thriving wine region in Clarkston, Washington.
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Scientists collect data on fungicide efficacy, best timings, and rates.
February 21st, 2014|0 Comments
Food safety experts will help build better programs.
February 20th, 2014|1 Comment
The good, the bad and the ugly
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Sarah Adams / grower / Delhi, California
age / 31
business / Warda Farms
family farm / Susan Warda, mom, and sisters Kristin Bulk, Michelle Dwight
crops / Cling
February 18th, 2014|2 Comments
Crab apple disease management starts in the orchard with pruning.
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The polar vortex of 2014 will test the cold hardiness of trees and vines.
February 18th, 2014|1 Comment
Different causal agents are involved in little cherry disease.
The appearance of little cherry diseases calls for aggressive action, says Dr. Ken Eastwell, plant pathologist for Washington State University.
“When it comes to little cherry
A new product can enhance fireblight control by stimulating the tree’s defenses.
Plant diagnostic clinic is a resource for growers.
Tart cherry growers need to watch out for European brown rot as bloom arrives.
What you find at packing time started in orchards at harvest.
Oregon State University researcher is retiring in May after studying pear diseases for more than 35 years.
Phil Korson was having a problem filling the program for the annual Cherry Marketing Institute luncheon—because he was part of the program, a secret part
The Cherry Marketing Institute also recognized Randy Willmeng, a cherry grower from Lawton, who farms with his wife, Linda, and son, Marc, who represents the
25may10:00 am- 12:00 pm5-State Cherry Meeting10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Learn more and sign up to attend by using this form.
(Wednesday) 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Red Lion Hanford House
802 George Washington Way, Richland, WA