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2016 WASHINGTON STATE HORT SHOW
We will be covering the 112th Washington State Tree Fruit Association Annual Meeting and Northwest Hort Expo on December 5-7, 2016, at the Wenatchee Convention Center.

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5 hours ago
RT @SwassRoss: How aggressively do I prune 2nd year growth, Aran Urlacher of Zirkle asked the crowd. He admits played it safe on his Benton…
7 hours ago
RT @SwassRoss: Early Robins on Cass rootstocks have been cut back to the top wire to allow sunlight to the lower branches. #cherryinstitute…
8 hours ago
Today @SwassRoss is out digging up the news for @goodfruitgrower readers before tomorrow's Cherry Institute.… https://t.co/MzPQpIBoy4
1 day ago
RT @SwassRoss: Gem pears can be eaten right of the tree or stored. #fruitdays
1 day ago
RT @SwassRoss: Growers planting Gem pears to add some excitement to the pear industry: Panel presentation. #fruitdays
1 day ago
RT @SwassRoss: Gem is a new USDA developed variety open to the public. #fruitdays
1 day ago
RT @SwassRoss: Sampling Gem pears. #fruitdays https://t.co/QFuxinmtKw
1 day ago
RT @SwassRoss: A case study by Tianna DuPont, WSU extension, involved replacing a standard sprinkler system with microsprinklers at a comme…
1 day ago
RT @SwassRoss: Troy Peters directs growers to https://t.co/dUDXcJIRAz to help calculate schedules and flow rates. #fruitdays
1 day ago
RT @SwassRoss: Also from Peters. #fruitdays https://t.co/1DFSAVlyXh
1 day ago
RT @SwassRoss: “Well, it’s not that complicated.” Troy Peters. #fruitdays https://t.co/5OL8xipNMY
1 day ago
RT @SwassRoss: Troy Peters of WSU: Having the wrong sprinkler size can give you up to 50 percent too much or too little water. Buy in bulk…
1 day ago
@goodfruitgrower's @SwassRoss is covering the 2019 Pear Day in Wenatchee, Washington. Follow along for the latest u… https://t.co/yjNWLl3yv3
13 days ago
On this first Friday of the new year, our @goodfruitgrower eFlash features some new tools for growers to use — incl… https://t.co/pPWrsTElNQ
17 days ago
From the offices of the Good Fruit Grower staff, we wish our industry, friends and families a new year filled with… https://t.co/iJcadTIL4L
27 days ago
If you're not on our eFlash email list and want to be, sign up at the Good Fruit Grower website: https://t.co/QqxwfS9pa8
27 days ago
Our harvest platform roundup, the innovative Apple Vacuum System, six tips for spray management and steps to prepar… https://t.co/Naojnb7bQD
30 days ago
Picking a picking platform for your operation? Check out our harvest platform roundup by @goodfruitgrower’s lofty r… https://t.co/LzmfY05S4M
36 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: More recruiters and employers interested in flying workers from Mexico to Washington farms to avoid border tension, said Mik…
36 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Most common reason for a potential H-2A worker to be denied a visa is having previously been in the U.S. illegally, accordin…
36 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Trends in Washington foreign guest worker applications: work starting earlier, more pruning requests, more multiple applicat…
36 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: For more on the H-2A application process, read this 2017 by @goodfruitgrower https://t.co/zxylb8qm46 #growersleague
36 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: MasLabor lawyer: If you start the H-2A application process after 65 days before need, you will get your workers late. Every…
36 days ago
@goodfruitgrower’s @SwassRoss is attending an H-2A forum today presented by the Washington Growers League and MasLa… https://t.co/5qBfbCAxH4
43 days ago
Many thanks from @goodfruitgrower to everyone involved in making #WSTFA18 and our industry successful. https://t.co/LiSRWK62AB
43 days ago
RT @findtj: Jon DeVaney and Tim Kovis make the rounds after #hortshow sessions draw to a close concluding the 114th #WSTFA18 annual meeting…
43 days ago
RT @findtj: Ines Hanrahan, executive director of WTFRC, talks about green spotting of Wa38/Cosmic Crisp at a WSU research orchard during th…
43 days ago
RT @sdininny: 50% of new WA Tree Fruit Research Commission projects tied to WA 38, the WSU apple variety to be sold as Cosmic Crisp. #wahor…
43 days ago
RT @sdininny: Busy afternoon on last day of #WSTFA18, all Cosmic Crisp. Talk about royalties and a new $10.5m, 5-year marketing plan to spr…
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Ray Schmitten, pear grower, on what new tricks he will use for pest control: "I'm just going to listen to my field rep." Mik…
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Schoenwald: Start looking for Little Cherry a couple weeks before harvest and remove it. "We're at an epidemic stage." #WSTF…
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Schoenwald of Gebbers has used nematodes but hasn't evaluated results yet. He knows others. "It's just another tool we're g…
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Pest and disease control implementation panel: Older pests are getting new life. Codling moth is on the rise, for example. S…
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: BASF produces to-go packs of nematodes stored in an inert gel carrier. Just mix with water and spray onto your soil. Trade n…
43 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Final panel: Water water everywhere, how much do your trees need to drink? #hortshow #WSTFA18
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Diana Londono of BASF got everyone's attention with super close-up video of nematodes attaching, entering and swimming aroun…
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Applying Surround in the fall as control against psylla the next year is better than nothing: Nottingham. #WSTFA18
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Nottingham suggests generous use of Surround until petal fall, followed by "soft" products such as Esteem and rosemary oil.…
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Louis Nottingham of WSU-Wenatchee says reflective mulch disrupts pear psylla ability to find host trees. Trials mixing it wi…
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Betsy Beers' presentation on Sterile Insect Release trials was a crowd pleaser. Lots and lots of questions. #WSTFA18
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Betsy Beers has been known to give a few presentations on invasive species. "Invasive species kind of took over my life and…
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Betsy Beers is experimenting to Americanize the sterile insect release program that has been successful in British Columbia.…
43 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Dave Allan starts with at shot at researchers who say "start with the right rootstock for your block." That's easier said t…
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: "Overall very encouraging results for the first year of this project," said Betsy Beers, WSU entomologist, regarding trials…
43 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Now up, a discussion on matching (and mismatching) rootstocks to your site, with Mario Martinez of Washington Fruit, Bruce…
43 days ago
RT @kprengaman: But for bitter pit, all vigor control is not created equal. Using Apogee decreases shoot length by shrinking the internode…
43 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Excessive vigor in Honeycrisp brings on bitter pit, said @WSUTFRECPhysiol. That's because shoot and leaf growth pulls wate…
43 days ago
RT @kprengaman: It's a packed house here in the vigor management session! If I go get more coffee I'll lose my seat! #hortshow #WSTFA18
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Expect Decision Aid System betas next year for models on apple aphid, pear psylla, leaf miner, apple fruit growth and apple…
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Vince Jones of WSU on rebuilt online Decision Aid System. "We are not storing your data in any way, shape or form." #WSTFA18
43 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Back in #hortshow action and I have my coffee. I'm covering the talks on vigor management. Watch @SwassRoss for insights fr…
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Tobin Northfield of WSU-Wenatchee previously worked in cocoa in Australia. He lay cocoa husks on orchard floor to provide br…
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Moment of silence for the late President GHW Bush to start the morning. #WSTFA18
43 days ago
Happy Wednesday! It’s the final day of #WSTFA18 #hortshow in Yakima. Check the @goodfruitgrower write-up on last ni… https://t.co/5L4AgsunTG
44 days ago
RT @kprengaman: @WashingtonFruit And Jake Gutzwiler of @Stemilt says that at the end of the season, growers need to adapt their game plan t…
44 days ago
RT @kprengaman: @WashingtonFruit Bruce Allen, of Columbia Reach, says that Honeycrisp is particularly tricky because of the wide harvest wi…
44 days ago
RT @kprengaman: @WashingtonFruit Jason Matson, of Matson Fruit, says that timing is everything when it comes to pre-harvest PGRs.
44 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Nick Plath of @WashingtonFruit says they implement a model to bring some math to the farming process. Sounds familiar 😉 Re…
44 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Ending the day with a panel on harvest management and fruit quality! #hortshow #WSTFA18
44 days ago
RT @kprengaman: @AgroFreshWorld Gapper says @AgroFreshWorld is developing a tool to allow growers to juice peel samples pre-harvest to chec…
44 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Now, Nigel Gapper from @AgroFreshWorld is giving us a much appreciated genomics 101 lesson before launching into research o…
44 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Best slide of the afternoon research news flash season from Natalie Boyle of USDA in Logan, Utah. So many great Bobs. #WSTFA…
44 days ago
RT @kprengaman: @WSUWineScience Missing Tom's talk? Learn more about his smoked grapes research in the @goodfruitgrower! https://t.co/DanQ3…
44 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Katie Taylor of WSU-Prosser: environmental pressures such as temperature and humidity affect viablility of pollenizers. #WST…
44 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Next up, Tom Collins with the @WSUWineScience will talk about the impacts of wildfire smoke on wine grapes. Wines can devel…
44 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Dry fungicide application (fogging) offers better control of postharvest decay like blue mold, compared to drenching. But i…
44 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Yakima County treated more than 1,000 trees for apple maggot in 2018 at a cost of $100,000, said Michael Bush if Yakima Coun…
44 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Tewadros Wakie of USDA says climate change will make infestation of Oriental Fruit Moth more likely for WA’s orchard areas.…
44 days ago
RT @kprengaman: But I’ll admit, this is still sort of how I feel about wearing my postharvest hat. https://t.co/bPg3QvD3CC
44 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Putting on my postharvest hat now. @WSUTreeFruitExt pathologist Achour Amiri is talking about the pros and cons of thermal-…
44 days ago
RT @sdininny: Richard Kim, Pace International, at #WSTFA18: 6 leading causes of WA postharvest fruit decays in 17-18 were stem end splittin…
44 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Jim McPherson: we are entering final year of RosBREED 2, a $9.7 million project to breed resistance into parent fruits.
44 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: WSU cherry breeder Per McCord aims to move trees indoors into pots to protect from frost at Prosser program.
44 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: In fire blight resistance trials, 16 varieties consistently showed high to moderate resistance, including Golden Gala, enter…
44 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Of 3 cider apple varieties, Brown Snout showed most harvest efficiency in shake harvest trials: Xim Zhang of WSU. #WSTFA18
44 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Solid set canopy scale up showing “encouraging” results, said Rajee Sinja of WSU. #WSTFA18 #hortshow
44 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Sheep muzzles?! At first I thought it was a joke, but it seems to be the real deal! You are right, probably not the picture…
44 days ago
RT @findtj: Peter — I do know that fireblight can spread from a dirty block to a clean block with certain weather patterns and the right co…
44 days ago
RT @findtj: Maria Fernandez presenta sobre como Good Fruit Grower en Español sirve los productores de la industria de arboles frutales en #…
44 days ago
RT @findtj: Kari Peter — Fireblight: There’s no debate. There are no good cankers. Get the dead wood out. @drtreefruit #wstfa18 #hortshow @…

Watch this year's Hort Show video summaries

WSTFA annual meeting — Wednesday wrapup

Day two of the WSTFA annual meeting, afternoon summary - Video

Day two of the WSTFA annual meeting, morning summary – Videos

Wrapping up day one of the WSTFA annual meeting – Video

Day 1, Washington hort show, morning summary - Video

Sessions engage Spanish speakers: Hort Show Preview

Spanish presentation topics at WSTFA annual meeting range from pesticide handling to economics. Read More »

A succession story: 2016 Growers of the year

Bill and Mark Zirkle credit teamwork for company’s growth and fruitful legacy. Read More »

Diversity wins: 2016 Growers of the year

Blueberries, wine grapes are among Zirkle Fruit’s most recent endeavors. Read More »

Communication is key for Zirkle sales team : 2016 Growers of the year

Staying ahead Read More »

Mega-trends in produce: Hort Show Preview

Wal-Mart executive explains why growers are now serving "purposeful" consumers. Read More »

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Cosmic Crisp insights: Hort Show Preview

Washington beefs up education ahead of plantings of new variety. Read More »

5 hours ago
RT @SwassRoss: How aggressively do I prune 2nd year growth, Aran Urlacher of Zirkle asked the crowd. He admits played it safe on his Benton…
7 hours ago
RT @SwassRoss: Early Robins on Cass rootstocks have been cut back to the top wire to allow sunlight to the lower branches. #cherryinstitute…
8 hours ago
Today @SwassRoss is out digging up the news for @goodfruitgrower readers before tomorrow's Cherry Institute.… https://t.co/MzPQpIBoy4
1 day ago
RT @SwassRoss: Gem pears can be eaten right of the tree or stored. #fruitdays
1 day ago
RT @SwassRoss: Growers planting Gem pears to add some excitement to the pear industry: Panel presentation. #fruitdays
1 day ago
RT @SwassRoss: Gem is a new USDA developed variety open to the public. #fruitdays
1 day ago
RT @SwassRoss: Sampling Gem pears. #fruitdays https://t.co/QFuxinmtKw
1 day ago
RT @SwassRoss: A case study by Tianna DuPont, WSU extension, involved replacing a standard sprinkler system with microsprinklers at a comme…
1 day ago
RT @SwassRoss: Troy Peters directs growers to https://t.co/dUDXcJIRAz to help calculate schedules and flow rates. #fruitdays
1 day ago
RT @SwassRoss: Also from Peters. #fruitdays https://t.co/1DFSAVlyXh
1 day ago
RT @SwassRoss: “Well, it’s not that complicated.” Troy Peters. #fruitdays https://t.co/5OL8xipNMY
1 day ago
RT @SwassRoss: Troy Peters of WSU: Having the wrong sprinkler size can give you up to 50 percent too much or too little water. Buy in bulk…
1 day ago
@goodfruitgrower's @SwassRoss is covering the 2019 Pear Day in Wenatchee, Washington. Follow along for the latest u… https://t.co/yjNWLl3yv3
13 days ago
On this first Friday of the new year, our @goodfruitgrower eFlash features some new tools for growers to use — incl… https://t.co/pPWrsTElNQ
17 days ago
From the offices of the Good Fruit Grower staff, we wish our industry, friends and families a new year filled with… https://t.co/iJcadTIL4L
27 days ago
If you're not on our eFlash email list and want to be, sign up at the Good Fruit Grower website: https://t.co/QqxwfS9pa8
27 days ago
Our harvest platform roundup, the innovative Apple Vacuum System, six tips for spray management and steps to prepar… https://t.co/Naojnb7bQD
30 days ago
Picking a picking platform for your operation? Check out our harvest platform roundup by @goodfruitgrower’s lofty r… https://t.co/LzmfY05S4M
36 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: More recruiters and employers interested in flying workers from Mexico to Washington farms to avoid border tension, said Mik…
36 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Most common reason for a potential H-2A worker to be denied a visa is having previously been in the U.S. illegally, accordin…
36 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Trends in Washington foreign guest worker applications: work starting earlier, more pruning requests, more multiple applicat…
36 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: For more on the H-2A application process, read this 2017 by @goodfruitgrower https://t.co/zxylb8qm46 #growersleague
36 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: MasLabor lawyer: If you start the H-2A application process after 65 days before need, you will get your workers late. Every…
36 days ago
@goodfruitgrower’s @SwassRoss is attending an H-2A forum today presented by the Washington Growers League and MasLa… https://t.co/5qBfbCAxH4
43 days ago
Many thanks from @goodfruitgrower to everyone involved in making #WSTFA18 and our industry successful. https://t.co/LiSRWK62AB
43 days ago
RT @findtj: Jon DeVaney and Tim Kovis make the rounds after #hortshow sessions draw to a close concluding the 114th #WSTFA18 annual meeting…
43 days ago
RT @findtj: Ines Hanrahan, executive director of WTFRC, talks about green spotting of Wa38/Cosmic Crisp at a WSU research orchard during th…
43 days ago
RT @sdininny: 50% of new WA Tree Fruit Research Commission projects tied to WA 38, the WSU apple variety to be sold as Cosmic Crisp. #wahor…
43 days ago
RT @sdininny: Busy afternoon on last day of #WSTFA18, all Cosmic Crisp. Talk about royalties and a new $10.5m, 5-year marketing plan to spr…
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Ray Schmitten, pear grower, on what new tricks he will use for pest control: "I'm just going to listen to my field rep." Mik…
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Schoenwald: Start looking for Little Cherry a couple weeks before harvest and remove it. "We're at an epidemic stage." #WSTF…
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Schoenwald of Gebbers has used nematodes but hasn't evaluated results yet. He knows others. "It's just another tool we're g…
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Pest and disease control implementation panel: Older pests are getting new life. Codling moth is on the rise, for example. S…
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: BASF produces to-go packs of nematodes stored in an inert gel carrier. Just mix with water and spray onto your soil. Trade n…
43 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Final panel: Water water everywhere, how much do your trees need to drink? #hortshow #WSTFA18
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Diana Londono of BASF got everyone's attention with super close-up video of nematodes attaching, entering and swimming aroun…
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Applying Surround in the fall as control against psylla the next year is better than nothing: Nottingham. #WSTFA18
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Nottingham suggests generous use of Surround until petal fall, followed by "soft" products such as Esteem and rosemary oil.…
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Louis Nottingham of WSU-Wenatchee says reflective mulch disrupts pear psylla ability to find host trees. Trials mixing it wi…
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Betsy Beers' presentation on Sterile Insect Release trials was a crowd pleaser. Lots and lots of questions. #WSTFA18
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Betsy Beers has been known to give a few presentations on invasive species. "Invasive species kind of took over my life and…
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Betsy Beers is experimenting to Americanize the sterile insect release program that has been successful in British Columbia.…
43 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Dave Allan starts with at shot at researchers who say "start with the right rootstock for your block." That's easier said t…
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: "Overall very encouraging results for the first year of this project," said Betsy Beers, WSU entomologist, regarding trials…
43 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Now up, a discussion on matching (and mismatching) rootstocks to your site, with Mario Martinez of Washington Fruit, Bruce…
43 days ago
RT @kprengaman: But for bitter pit, all vigor control is not created equal. Using Apogee decreases shoot length by shrinking the internode…
43 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Excessive vigor in Honeycrisp brings on bitter pit, said @WSUTFRECPhysiol. That's because shoot and leaf growth pulls wate…
43 days ago
RT @kprengaman: It's a packed house here in the vigor management session! If I go get more coffee I'll lose my seat! #hortshow #WSTFA18
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Expect Decision Aid System betas next year for models on apple aphid, pear psylla, leaf miner, apple fruit growth and apple…
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Vince Jones of WSU on rebuilt online Decision Aid System. "We are not storing your data in any way, shape or form." #WSTFA18
43 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Back in #hortshow action and I have my coffee. I'm covering the talks on vigor management. Watch @SwassRoss for insights fr…
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Tobin Northfield of WSU-Wenatchee previously worked in cocoa in Australia. He lay cocoa husks on orchard floor to provide br…
43 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Moment of silence for the late President GHW Bush to start the morning. #WSTFA18
43 days ago
Happy Wednesday! It’s the final day of #WSTFA18 #hortshow in Yakima. Check the @goodfruitgrower write-up on last ni… https://t.co/5L4AgsunTG
44 days ago
RT @kprengaman: @WashingtonFruit And Jake Gutzwiler of @Stemilt says that at the end of the season, growers need to adapt their game plan t…
44 days ago
RT @kprengaman: @WashingtonFruit Bruce Allen, of Columbia Reach, says that Honeycrisp is particularly tricky because of the wide harvest wi…
44 days ago
RT @kprengaman: @WashingtonFruit Jason Matson, of Matson Fruit, says that timing is everything when it comes to pre-harvest PGRs.
44 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Nick Plath of @WashingtonFruit says they implement a model to bring some math to the farming process. Sounds familiar 😉 Re…
44 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Ending the day with a panel on harvest management and fruit quality! #hortshow #WSTFA18
44 days ago
RT @kprengaman: @AgroFreshWorld Gapper says @AgroFreshWorld is developing a tool to allow growers to juice peel samples pre-harvest to chec…
44 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Now, Nigel Gapper from @AgroFreshWorld is giving us a much appreciated genomics 101 lesson before launching into research o…
44 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Best slide of the afternoon research news flash season from Natalie Boyle of USDA in Logan, Utah. So many great Bobs. #WSTFA…
44 days ago
RT @kprengaman: @WSUWineScience Missing Tom's talk? Learn more about his smoked grapes research in the @goodfruitgrower! https://t.co/DanQ3…
44 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Katie Taylor of WSU-Prosser: environmental pressures such as temperature and humidity affect viablility of pollenizers. #WST…
44 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Next up, Tom Collins with the @WSUWineScience will talk about the impacts of wildfire smoke on wine grapes. Wines can devel…
44 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Dry fungicide application (fogging) offers better control of postharvest decay like blue mold, compared to drenching. But i…
44 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Yakima County treated more than 1,000 trees for apple maggot in 2018 at a cost of $100,000, said Michael Bush if Yakima Coun…
44 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Tewadros Wakie of USDA says climate change will make infestation of Oriental Fruit Moth more likely for WA’s orchard areas.…
44 days ago
RT @kprengaman: But I’ll admit, this is still sort of how I feel about wearing my postharvest hat. https://t.co/bPg3QvD3CC
44 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Putting on my postharvest hat now. @WSUTreeFruitExt pathologist Achour Amiri is talking about the pros and cons of thermal-…
44 days ago
RT @sdininny: Richard Kim, Pace International, at #WSTFA18: 6 leading causes of WA postharvest fruit decays in 17-18 were stem end splittin…
44 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Jim McPherson: we are entering final year of RosBREED 2, a $9.7 million project to breed resistance into parent fruits.
44 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: WSU cherry breeder Per McCord aims to move trees indoors into pots to protect from frost at Prosser program.
44 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: In fire blight resistance trials, 16 varieties consistently showed high to moderate resistance, including Golden Gala, enter…
44 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Of 3 cider apple varieties, Brown Snout showed most harvest efficiency in shake harvest trials: Xim Zhang of WSU. #WSTFA18
44 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Solid set canopy scale up showing “encouraging” results, said Rajee Sinja of WSU. #WSTFA18 #hortshow
44 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Sheep muzzles?! At first I thought it was a joke, but it seems to be the real deal! You are right, probably not the picture…
44 days ago
RT @findtj: Peter — I do know that fireblight can spread from a dirty block to a clean block with certain weather patterns and the right co…
44 days ago
RT @findtj: Maria Fernandez presenta sobre como Good Fruit Grower en Español sirve los productores de la industria de arboles frutales en #…
44 days ago
RT @findtj: Kari Peter — Fireblight: There’s no debate. There are no good cankers. Get the dead wood out. @drtreefruit #wstfa18 #hortshow @…

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