July 1st, 2009|0 Comments
The V-shaped Open Tatura system has the following advantages: • Tree height (2.76 meters/9 feet) and tree width (2.00 meters/6 feet) are built simultaneously in the
Rusty Figgins plans to be selling apple eau-de-vie and other clear, unaged brandy products later this year.
Berle “Rusty” Figgins, Jr., wants to be the first
The Open Tatura system of growing fruit has evolved from the Tatura Trellis, developed 35 years ago, and has been used commercially for about 20
German-born Thomas Henick-Kling developed an interest and appreciation for wine at a young age. When he was just 16, he began accompanying his wine-loving father,
The first official estimate of the 2009 Northwest sweet cherry crop was a record 16 million boxes, which would be a significant jump from last
Dear Good Fruit Grower:
If Ben Mann (cover artist, June 2009 Good Fruit Grower) were working for me, he would be immediately given his final check
Washington State University has hired one of the nation’s top university scientists in agricultural automation and mechanization to fill a new position at its
Norm Gutzwiler wants growers who put more time and effort into raising quality cherries to be rewarded.
The Washington State fresh cherry industry has asked the
Dr. Cameron Peace checks block of seedlings resulting from the intercrossing of parents that have been used in WSU’s breeding program.
Tree fruit geneticist Dr. Cameron
Model 320 Vineyard Special
Earth and Turf Products, LLC, of New Holland, Pennsylvania, has introduced a vineyard topdresser spreader. The Model 320 Vineyard Special measures
Washington State University’s new research orchard needs industry support, says Dr. Jay Brunner.
Washington State University will hold a field day on July 22 to showcase
Dennis Tarry of Dave Wilson Nursery observes a cherry plum cross.
While looking for a winning interspecific cherry, a California fruit breeder may have stumbled upon
Hood River, Oregon
Peterson said the most pressing issue is the 20 percent tariff on U.S. pears, cherries, and apricots imposed by Mexico
USApple is continually exploring ways to effectively and efficiently move apple supplies. One key strategy is to encourage increased purchase of apples and apple products
The promotional assessment on Pacific Northwest processed pears will increase from $5 to $7.11 per ton this season in an attempt to keep the Pacific
An autonomous vehicle developed by scientists at Carnegie Mellon University’s Robotics Institute in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, will be demonstrated during a field day at Washington State
Pacific Northwest pear growers are expecting to harvest a large, but not record winter pear crop this fall.
The industry’s first official crop estimate, compiled in
A recent opinion piece on immigration reform (“Take Me Out to the Ballgame,” by Dan Fazio in the June 2009, Good Fruit Grower) justifies a
What is the difference between David “Big Papi” Ortiz and Juan “Papi” Sanchez? The differences will become obvious, but let me first identify the similarities
Wilbert “Bill” Hansen was an exception to the rule about many successful fruit industry people being born and raised in the Midwest, because Hansen grew
Dr. Thomas Henick-Kling tasted wines produced from Puget Sound appellation grapes during a visit to Washington State University’s Northwest Research and Extension Center in Mt.
Children enjoy novel hybrid fruits during a tasting at California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo.
Zaiger Genetics, Inc., internationally acclaimed for developing interspecific fruit,
Managed varieties are a vital strategy for growers and marketers to protect the health and sustainability of their companies and
Changes in the fruit industry are related to changes in the global economy, says Terry Bacon of Sun World.
California’s stone fruit industry is in a
November 30th, 2016|0 Comments
“Continuous Change,” the theme of the Washington State Tree Fruit Association 112th Annual Meeting, is a familiar challenge to the Washington tree fruit industry.
November 4th, 2016|0 Comments
It seems we are the victims of our own inaction. This month we will vote for America’s next president and yet, at this writing, neither
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