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Exports benefit B.C. cherry growers

Growers are feeling positive as export opportunities ease margin woes.

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Cherries give fruit flies a boost

Spotted wing drosophila’s wide host range makes it difficult for orchardists to control the pest.

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Study shows value of high-density cherry systems

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Stefano Musacchi, who was hired in 2013 to fill Washington State University’s endowed chair in tree fruit physiology and management, has been one of the world’s active participants in designing and evaluating sweet cherry production

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Remove cherry virus infected trees quickly

There is no cure for little cherry virus. Removing trees will help stop it spreading.

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The seven cherry training systems

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Kym Green Bush

The Kym Green Bush (KGB) is the only system of the eight that creates a fully pedestrian orchard—one that can be harvested without ladders or platforms. Tree formation is easy and requires minimal

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Training sweet cherries

New guide gives step-by-step details for managing cherries in seven different systems.

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Cherries harvested as berries

A Utah researcher joins others who want to change how cherries are grown and harvested.

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Optimizing cherry quality during export

Choosing the right MAP liner can improve fruit quality.

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New cherry varieties wanted urgently

Growers are frustrated by the pace of WSU’s sweet cherry breeding.

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Early cherry is on fast track

WSU’s elite selection matures a little after Chelan.

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Montana cherry growers save the best till last

For many years, Montana sweet cherries were marketed as the tail end of the Washington State crop, not having much of an identity of their own. But more recently, growers in Montana have worked to project a better image of what they think are better cherries and to get a better price for them.

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NW Cherry Growers expect crop to drop 15 percent from last year to 19.7 m boxes

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Northwest cherry growers expected to harvest just under 20 million boxes of fresh cherries this season, down from 23 million in 2014.

During Northwest Cherry Growers’ five-state cherry meeting in May, all districts reported shorter crops

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