September 1st, 2006|0 Comments
Oregon orchardist Marcus Morgan is amazed at the difference that five months makes in tree growth. The larger, more leafed Skeena cherry trees
There are 23,333 hectares (57,500 acres) of fragrant pears in Korla City in China’s northwestern province of Xinjiang, according to
Pear breeder Richard Bell (right) and horticulturist Ralph Scorza are pictured in 1999 while researching the effects of dwarfing genes on the growth
Chinese producers will begin shipping fragrant pears to the United States this season—assuming that an on-site visit by U.S. Department
Steve Garczynski Dr. Steve Garczynski loves to dream, and recently landed his dream job. He’s joined the research team at the U.S. Department
Joe Sardinha Despite hail that pounded Okanagan growers in British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley in Canada this summer, most apples reaching markets are likely
Mother Nature is what holds up nurseries in complying with a grower’s wish to purchase trees for fall planting, says a Pacific Northwest nurseryman.
Last spring, the Chinese government requested access to the U.S. market for its sand pear (Pyrus pyrifolia), which is the Japanese Nashi Asian pear. U.S.
Off-the-shelf load cells used in Julie Tarara’s research automatically detect increases in the tension of a grape trellis wire every ten seconds, formulating
Pacific Northwest canned pear processors will start the 2006 season with a low inventory and a below-average volume of Bartlett
The Pacific Northwest Canned Pear Service joined forces with the California canned peach and fruit cocktail industries to ask the U.S. government to investigate the
The Washington-Oregon Canning Pear Association has announced a price agreement with three Pacific Northwest processors for 2006-crop processing pears. The three cash-buying processors (Truitt
Tough economic times in fruit growing have prompted Mike Brownfield of Chelan, Washington, to develop new marketing strategies and expand the range of crops grown
February 10th, 2016|0 Comments
When it’s harvest time, as many of you well know, there just doesn’t seem to be enough hours in the day to get all the
February 5th, 2016|0 Comments
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