October 1st, 2010|0 Comments
Dave Rosenberger described how he tested the effectiveness of low-volume nonrecycling drenches for fruit going into storage. His audience included New York fruit growers and
It’s generally believed that riper cherries are more susceptible to pitting than less mature cherries, but Dr. Peter Toivonen, postharvest physiologist with Agriculture and Agri-Food
Several years ago, National Apple Week was expanded into National Apple Month, which is actually three months long and involves intense promotion of apples during
A panel of experts took a look ahead at what the apple industry might be like in 2020, ten years from now.
It was part of
A mysterious disease that has been killing the best looking, reddest strains of McIntosh apples in the nicest orchards in the northwest quadrant of Michigan
Because the red pigments are antioxidants, red-fleshed apples do not turn brown when sliced.
Swiss nursery owner and fruit breeder Markus Kobelt hit the headlines across
The Young Grower Alliance organized this get-together with those from “the old generation” to discuss the orderly transition of ownership and management.
The Young Grower Alliance
Entomologists in the Pacific Northwest intend to find out how well the spotted wing drosophila can survive the region’s cold winters.
The pest, a native of
Dear Good Fruit Grower:
Can sweet cherries be grown in USDA climate zone 4—successfully?
I live 20 miles north of Minneapolis in Minnesota. In the spring of
Oregon State University hires research assistant
Preston Brown has been appointed research assistant at OSU’s Mid-Columbia Agricultural Research and Extension Center at Hood River. He will
Over the past ten years I have initiated a number of research trials that, when taken together, tell an important story about the link between
Sergio and Kristy Martinez have partnered with their son and daughter-in-law to establish Martinez and Martinez Winery.
A life-long farmworker, Sergio Martinez dreamed that if he
Andrew and Monica Martinez are the drivers behind the Martinez and Martinez Winery.
Martinez and Martinez Winery was launched in the summer of 2008 at the
Capitalizing on Native American images to sell fruit, Skookum and Yum-Yum labels were developed in competing regions of Washington State.
After large-scale irrigation systems and a
Just a year after the release of WA 2, WSU’s apple breeding program in Wenatchee is releasing its second new cultivar, WA 5. WA 5
New apple varieties from Washington State University are evaluated and commercialized under the following general guidelines.
Phase 1: Initial seedling selection and evaluation The Washington Apple Breeding
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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