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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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1 day ago
The Washington Tree Fruit Research Commission released its 2018 residue report for apples. Get info and a link to t… https://t.co/lIvn0glmF4
2 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Once again, CA vineyards seem to have a pest that WA ones don't. "It's kind of boring for me, but good news for you," Walsh…
2 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: So far, researchers in CA and OR have narrowed their search for red blotch vector to the threecornered alfalfa treehopper, s…
2 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Gwen Hoheisel, WSU extension specialist, was awarded the Walter J. Clore Award by the Washington State Grape Society for ind…
2 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Next spring and summer, WSU-Prosser will demo a smart sprayer kit that attaches to a conventional air blast sprayer. #WSGS
2 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Markus Keller of WSU-Prosser: Use irrigation to manipulate berry size in juice or wine grapes before veraison. #WSGS
2 days ago
If you missed yesterday’s Grape Society #WSGS meeting, check out @kprengaman’s wrap on our website https://t.co/MbWebGAg1S
2 days ago
We’ll continue to bring you highlights from the second day of the WA State Grape Society annual meeting in Grandvie… https://t.co/MVXfhl2eB4
3 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Nematodes can take a toll at replanting. Established vines can often tolerate quite a bit of feeding, but when you put in b…
3 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Nematodes can take a toll on WA vineyards, said Katherine East, @wsucahnrs grad student studying the pests with @WSU_Vit_Ex…
3 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Spotted Lanternfly loves Tree of Heaven, an invasive tree sometimes planted as an ornamental. If you have it, get rid of it…
3 days ago
RT @kprengaman: New @WSDAgov entomologist Sven-Erik Spichinger just came to WA from PA, where he was on the front of the fight against Spot…
3 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Speaker, an attorney who came to talk about WA's piece rate laws, just said "I don't know anything about grapes!" Audience…
3 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Ball says the WA concord market is finally coming into better balance, after acreage declines the past two year, prices are…
3 days ago
RT @kprengaman: I'm tweeting to from the WA State Grape Society annual meeting in Grandview, WA. Starting the day with good news from @Yaki…
12 days ago
RT @kprengaman: And here is the after photo, pruning by @wsucahnrs hort prof Stefano Musacchi https://t.co/P8woydl5jY
12 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Final stop on the WA38 pruning tour in the Yakima Valley. @findtj is hard at work to help @goodfruitgrower readers see clic…
12 days ago
RT @kprengaman: 2 leader trees need to be kept in balance, Musacchi said, for the system to work. Don’t let a stronger one stay!
12 days ago
Great to have these experts sharing their tips and techniques for success with WA-38 https://t.co/IVXtKwEMkn
12 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Careful training of crews that will gently girdle young trees to promote new growth will prevent deep cuts that could risk…
12 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Click pruning helps WA-38 minimize blind wood as you grow the tree structure to fill the space, said @wsucahnrs hort prof S…
12 days ago
RT @findtj: @CosmicCrisp pruning tour continues with a visit in Zillah with a 2018 V trellis, two leader system planting on M9-337. @WSUTre…
12 days ago
After a lunch break, the @CosmicCrisp pruning tour is back in action. https://t.co/e5c3E5BZ82
13 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Scoring the trunk around bud swell time can promote new branch growth. But Musacchi recommends scoring with pruners at an a…
13 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Should you crop in the WA-38 in second year? It depends on if you need to control vigor and shut down growth, Musacchi says…
13 days ago
RT @findtj: Musacchi — Trees never lie. People can, but trees will show how well you pruned or not. @WSUTreeFruitExt @goodfruitgrower #tree…
13 days ago
RT @kprengaman: A lot more vigor at the second stop, WA-38 on G.41 at Monson Fruit in Selah. https://t.co/ycCPYqTrSz
13 days ago
Stefano says don’t be afraid to prune @CosmicCrisp aggressively and tip branches to remove flower buds on baby trees. @WSUTreeFruitExt
13 days ago
RT @kprengaman: WSU’s Stefano Musacchi urges grower Jane Strand to be “more brave” as she tries to apply his click pruning techniques to he…
13 days ago
RT @kprengaman: After 2 years of listening to @wsucahnrs Hort prof Stefano Musacchi explain click pruning, it’s finally starting to click…
13 days ago
RT @findtj: A good, and growing group of about 70+ growers in this young @CosmicCrisp block this morning. @WSUTreeFruitExt https://t.co/pQb…
13 days ago
Out today with growers learning about winter #pruning of young #cosmiccrisp trees with @WSUTreeFruitExt. Watch our… https://t.co/F3MmL39Qvk
53 days ago
RT @findtj: Want to be on our next cover? We're looking for your best photos from around the globe highlighting tree fruit and grape growin…
55 days ago
Beginning today, producers of fresh sweet cherries may apply for mitigation payments aimed at helping farmers hurt… https://t.co/YJx8VZtpeM
67 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Pink Sparkle apple variety in North Idaho because ... well, because everything is better with sparkles. https://t.co/oqzVwcr…
86 days ago
New U.S. apple crop estimate revised downward @US_Apples meeting. Read our day 2 wrap to learn more. https://t.co/qwkCNc0th1 @SwassRoss
86 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Apple pie egg rolls. Good break food. #AppleOutlook2018 https://t.co/Nu8LH5ScWi
86 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Ag trucking lobbyist Jon Samson: Discussion in DC has moved from ELD mandate to seeking flexibility in hours of service. #Ap…
86 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: US Apple Association filmed a commercial starring chairman Mark Boyer of and aired it on shows the President is known to wat…
86 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: We’re No. 2! We’re No. 2! https://t.co/A6hG26ZtmR
86 days ago
A record crop in Europe, a horrible crop in China, and new king apple crowned in America. It’s all in our update fr… https://t.co/m8olqMDtq6
86 days ago
RT @US_Apples: Top Five Export Destinations as of August 3rd 2018 @USDA @US_Apples #AppleOutlook2018 https://t.co/NqPvgR782T
86 days ago
RT @US_Apples: At $3.55 Billion, farm gate value of the 2017 crop was up 3% over 2016 and set a new record. #AppleOutlook2018 https://t.co/…
86 days ago
RT @US_Apples: 2018 @USDA Apple Crop Forecast: 272.7 Million Bushels 🍎🍏 4th Largest Crop https://t.co/ThqLxEvtyU
86 days ago
RT @US_Apples: Continued: ”However, Red Delicious is important in the export market, where it makes up roughly half of our apple exports.”…
86 days ago
RT @US_Apples: “The rise in production of newer varieties of apples aimed at the fresh consumption market has caused demand for Red Delicio…
86 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Choi: Some Chinese growers in hard hit frost areas gave up on their crop this year and sought temporary jobs in nearby citie…
86 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Michael Choi: China expects a crop of 32 million metric tons, a 28 percent reduction from 2017, due to horrible frost in Apr…
87 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: A few statistical highlights from US Apple: 2017 crop set a record for farm gate value at $3.55 billion. 2017 set export vol…
87 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: In spite of trade challenges, "we have very, very good reason to be optimistic," said Mark Seetin of USApple. #AppleOutlook2…
87 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: 4 percent of U.S. grocery dollars are spent online, but that could go double digits soon, said Darren Seifer, food industry…
87 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: There’s a new king. Gala is expected to be the No. 1 Apple by volume in the U.S. #AppleOutlook2018 https://t.co/tG5k5zoGWD
87 days ago
RT @US_Apples: “91% of the time apples are likely to be eaten as a base dish” -Darren Seifer @npdgroup
87 days ago
RT @US_Apples: Keynote speaker, Darren Seifer, (@npdgroup) presents findings on “Eating Patterns in America” at the #AppleOutllook2018 Conf…
87 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: California grower and USApple board secretary kicks off the 2018 Apple Outlook in Chicago. It continues tomorrow. #AppleOutl…
87 days ago
RT @US_Apples: Jim Bair, U.S. Apple Association President & CEO, kicks off the #AppleOutlook2018 Conference https://t.co/IU24KJ0yAm
87 days ago
RT @US_Apples: Today is the big day! We're in #Chicago🏙 for the #AppleOutlook2018🍎🍏Conference. Stay tuned for live updates throughout the d…
93 days ago
In today's Good Fruit Grower eFlash, see how WSU researchers are shaking things up in the orchard with an apple har… https://t.co/F3brXNd2sF
100 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Dried cherry pits discarded from a processor as ground cover and dust abatement at Schilperoort Farms in Sunnyside. #WSGSvit…
100 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: One wet zone, one dry zone with phoem, one girdled dry zone with disrupted phloem. Moisture and nutrients move both up and d…
100 days ago
RT @catieajones: Station 1: Drip irrigation in concords with Dr Markus Keller @WSU_Vit_Ext @WSU_IAREC #WSGSvitday https://t.co/TzuuFrDUtZ
100 days ago
RT @catieajones: Station 4 continued: PhD candidate Nataliya Shcherbatyuk explains transport tissues in grapevines @WSU_IAREC @WSU_Vit_Ext
100 days ago
RT @catieajones: Station 3 continued: PhD student Katherine East explaining where to find #nematodes in the #vineyard #soil @WSU_IAREC @WSU…
100 days ago
RT @catieajones: Station 4: PhD candidate Joelle Martinez explaining water movement in grapevine and how to measure @WSU_Vit_Ext @WSU_IAREC
100 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Know your nematodes says Katherine East of WSU. Different kinds show up in different soil locations. #WSGSvitday https://t.c…
100 days ago
Ross Courtney will be tweeting from Sunnyside today during @WSUWineScience Viticulture day. https://t.co/03iswx3PHQ
100 days ago
Our new Good Fruit Grower eFlash is out: See how new high-tech systems promise to keep pesky birds from pecking awa… https://t.co/qp9NXQjah9
107 days ago
In our new Good Fruit Grower eFlash: Don’t stop cutting away fire blight after harvest, or a bad season will get wo… https://t.co/qaSNUBDFDw
111 days ago
RT @sdininny: Congratulations to Zenaida Ruiz Martinez, recipient of the Good Fruit Grower scholarship through Washington Apple Education F…
114 days ago
Our next Good Fruit Grower eFlash is here: Join us for a ride on the IFTA summer tour in B.C. -… https://t.co/RU2x53ZsS8
115 days ago
The tour is over, but the growing continues… #iftaBC https://t.co/LgsfnZqm4l
116 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Dordenberg Orchards, the final and most scenic stop on the tour, with the upper reaches of Okanagan Lake in the background.…
116 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: A mature block of Sunrise, an older BC variety, in a Lake Country orchard. BC Tree Fruits use them for a kind of direct mark…
116 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Molly Thurston searches for clear wing moth in a trap homemade with a soda bottle and a grape juice-vinegar solution in a Ho…
116 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Molly Thurston: “This is our last day together.” Us: “Awwwwww.” https://t.co/sq5bKRUqEP
116 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Corral Beach Farms uses toothpicks to train young Regina trees. #iftaBC https://t.co/QD5CpqsEGD
116 days ago
Where no cherry has gone before — IFTA BC tour Day 2 #iftaBC https://t.co/pRqX9YQSbu
116 days ago
@findtj @iFruitTree Get it while it’s online and share this with attendees too!
116 days ago
RT @findtj: @iFruitTree @goodfruitgrower OK all here’s the high-res version of the group photo! https://t.co/TorA82HxHx
116 days ago
RT @findtj: St. Anne’s Church, built in 1889 is one of the oldest surviving churches in the North Okanagan Valley. The pump organ on the ri…

Watch this year's Hort Show video summaries

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

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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 »

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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 »

1 day ago
The Washington Tree Fruit Research Commission released its 2018 residue report for apples. Get info and a link to t… https://t.co/lIvn0glmF4
2 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Once again, CA vineyards seem to have a pest that WA ones don't. "It's kind of boring for me, but good news for you," Walsh…
2 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: So far, researchers in CA and OR have narrowed their search for red blotch vector to the threecornered alfalfa treehopper, s…
2 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Gwen Hoheisel, WSU extension specialist, was awarded the Walter J. Clore Award by the Washington State Grape Society for ind…
2 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Next spring and summer, WSU-Prosser will demo a smart sprayer kit that attaches to a conventional air blast sprayer. #WSGS
2 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Markus Keller of WSU-Prosser: Use irrigation to manipulate berry size in juice or wine grapes before veraison. #WSGS
2 days ago
If you missed yesterday’s Grape Society #WSGS meeting, check out @kprengaman’s wrap on our website https://t.co/MbWebGAg1S
2 days ago
We’ll continue to bring you highlights from the second day of the WA State Grape Society annual meeting in Grandvie… https://t.co/MVXfhl2eB4
3 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Nematodes can take a toll at replanting. Established vines can often tolerate quite a bit of feeding, but when you put in b…
3 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Nematodes can take a toll on WA vineyards, said Katherine East, @wsucahnrs grad student studying the pests with @WSU_Vit_Ex…
3 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Spotted Lanternfly loves Tree of Heaven, an invasive tree sometimes planted as an ornamental. If you have it, get rid of it…
3 days ago
RT @kprengaman: New @WSDAgov entomologist Sven-Erik Spichinger just came to WA from PA, where he was on the front of the fight against Spot…
3 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Speaker, an attorney who came to talk about WA's piece rate laws, just said "I don't know anything about grapes!" Audience…
3 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Ball says the WA concord market is finally coming into better balance, after acreage declines the past two year, prices are…
3 days ago
RT @kprengaman: I'm tweeting to from the WA State Grape Society annual meeting in Grandview, WA. Starting the day with good news from @Yaki…
12 days ago
RT @kprengaman: And here is the after photo, pruning by @wsucahnrs hort prof Stefano Musacchi https://t.co/P8woydl5jY
12 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Final stop on the WA38 pruning tour in the Yakima Valley. @findtj is hard at work to help @goodfruitgrower readers see clic…
12 days ago
RT @kprengaman: 2 leader trees need to be kept in balance, Musacchi said, for the system to work. Don’t let a stronger one stay!
12 days ago
Great to have these experts sharing their tips and techniques for success with WA-38 https://t.co/IVXtKwEMkn
12 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Careful training of crews that will gently girdle young trees to promote new growth will prevent deep cuts that could risk…
12 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Click pruning helps WA-38 minimize blind wood as you grow the tree structure to fill the space, said @wsucahnrs hort prof S…
12 days ago
RT @findtj: @CosmicCrisp pruning tour continues with a visit in Zillah with a 2018 V trellis, two leader system planting on M9-337. @WSUTre…
12 days ago
After a lunch break, the @CosmicCrisp pruning tour is back in action. https://t.co/e5c3E5BZ82
13 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Scoring the trunk around bud swell time can promote new branch growth. But Musacchi recommends scoring with pruners at an a…
13 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Should you crop in the WA-38 in second year? It depends on if you need to control vigor and shut down growth, Musacchi says…
13 days ago
RT @findtj: Musacchi — Trees never lie. People can, but trees will show how well you pruned or not. @WSUTreeFruitExt @goodfruitgrower #tree…
13 days ago
RT @kprengaman: A lot more vigor at the second stop, WA-38 on G.41 at Monson Fruit in Selah. https://t.co/ycCPYqTrSz
13 days ago
Stefano says don’t be afraid to prune @CosmicCrisp aggressively and tip branches to remove flower buds on baby trees. @WSUTreeFruitExt
13 days ago
RT @kprengaman: WSU’s Stefano Musacchi urges grower Jane Strand to be “more brave” as she tries to apply his click pruning techniques to he…
13 days ago
RT @kprengaman: After 2 years of listening to @wsucahnrs Hort prof Stefano Musacchi explain click pruning, it’s finally starting to click…
13 days ago
RT @findtj: A good, and growing group of about 70+ growers in this young @CosmicCrisp block this morning. @WSUTreeFruitExt https://t.co/pQb…
13 days ago
Out today with growers learning about winter #pruning of young #cosmiccrisp trees with @WSUTreeFruitExt. Watch our… https://t.co/F3MmL39Qvk
53 days ago
RT @findtj: Want to be on our next cover? We're looking for your best photos from around the globe highlighting tree fruit and grape growin…
55 days ago
Beginning today, producers of fresh sweet cherries may apply for mitigation payments aimed at helping farmers hurt… https://t.co/YJx8VZtpeM
67 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Pink Sparkle apple variety in North Idaho because ... well, because everything is better with sparkles. https://t.co/oqzVwcr…
86 days ago
New U.S. apple crop estimate revised downward @US_Apples meeting. Read our day 2 wrap to learn more. https://t.co/qwkCNc0th1 @SwassRoss
86 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Apple pie egg rolls. Good break food. #AppleOutlook2018 https://t.co/Nu8LH5ScWi
86 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Ag trucking lobbyist Jon Samson: Discussion in DC has moved from ELD mandate to seeking flexibility in hours of service. #Ap…
86 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: US Apple Association filmed a commercial starring chairman Mark Boyer of and aired it on shows the President is known to wat…
86 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: We’re No. 2! We’re No. 2! https://t.co/A6hG26ZtmR
86 days ago
A record crop in Europe, a horrible crop in China, and new king apple crowned in America. It’s all in our update fr… https://t.co/m8olqMDtq6
86 days ago
RT @US_Apples: Top Five Export Destinations as of August 3rd 2018 @USDA @US_Apples #AppleOutlook2018 https://t.co/NqPvgR782T
86 days ago
RT @US_Apples: At $3.55 Billion, farm gate value of the 2017 crop was up 3% over 2016 and set a new record. #AppleOutlook2018 https://t.co/…
86 days ago
RT @US_Apples: 2018 @USDA Apple Crop Forecast: 272.7 Million Bushels 🍎🍏 4th Largest Crop https://t.co/ThqLxEvtyU
86 days ago
RT @US_Apples: Continued: ”However, Red Delicious is important in the export market, where it makes up roughly half of our apple exports.”…
86 days ago
RT @US_Apples: “The rise in production of newer varieties of apples aimed at the fresh consumption market has caused demand for Red Delicio…
86 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Choi: Some Chinese growers in hard hit frost areas gave up on their crop this year and sought temporary jobs in nearby citie…
86 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Michael Choi: China expects a crop of 32 million metric tons, a 28 percent reduction from 2017, due to horrible frost in Apr…
87 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: A few statistical highlights from US Apple: 2017 crop set a record for farm gate value at $3.55 billion. 2017 set export vol…
87 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: In spite of trade challenges, "we have very, very good reason to be optimistic," said Mark Seetin of USApple. #AppleOutlook2…
87 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: 4 percent of U.S. grocery dollars are spent online, but that could go double digits soon, said Darren Seifer, food industry…
87 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: There’s a new king. Gala is expected to be the No. 1 Apple by volume in the U.S. #AppleOutlook2018 https://t.co/tG5k5zoGWD
87 days ago
RT @US_Apples: “91% of the time apples are likely to be eaten as a base dish” -Darren Seifer @npdgroup
87 days ago
RT @US_Apples: Keynote speaker, Darren Seifer, (@npdgroup) presents findings on “Eating Patterns in America” at the #AppleOutllook2018 Conf…
87 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: California grower and USApple board secretary kicks off the 2018 Apple Outlook in Chicago. It continues tomorrow. #AppleOutl…
87 days ago
RT @US_Apples: Jim Bair, U.S. Apple Association President & CEO, kicks off the #AppleOutlook2018 Conference https://t.co/IU24KJ0yAm
87 days ago
RT @US_Apples: Today is the big day! We're in #Chicago🏙 for the #AppleOutlook2018🍎🍏Conference. Stay tuned for live updates throughout the d…
93 days ago
In today's Good Fruit Grower eFlash, see how WSU researchers are shaking things up in the orchard with an apple har… https://t.co/F3brXNd2sF
100 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Dried cherry pits discarded from a processor as ground cover and dust abatement at Schilperoort Farms in Sunnyside. #WSGSvit…
100 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: One wet zone, one dry zone with phoem, one girdled dry zone with disrupted phloem. Moisture and nutrients move both up and d…
100 days ago
RT @catieajones: Station 1: Drip irrigation in concords with Dr Markus Keller @WSU_Vit_Ext @WSU_IAREC #WSGSvitday https://t.co/TzuuFrDUtZ
100 days ago
RT @catieajones: Station 4 continued: PhD candidate Nataliya Shcherbatyuk explains transport tissues in grapevines @WSU_IAREC @WSU_Vit_Ext
100 days ago
RT @catieajones: Station 3 continued: PhD student Katherine East explaining where to find #nematodes in the #vineyard #soil @WSU_IAREC @WSU…
100 days ago
RT @catieajones: Station 4: PhD candidate Joelle Martinez explaining water movement in grapevine and how to measure @WSU_Vit_Ext @WSU_IAREC
100 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Know your nematodes says Katherine East of WSU. Different kinds show up in different soil locations. #WSGSvitday https://t.c…
100 days ago
Ross Courtney will be tweeting from Sunnyside today during @WSUWineScience Viticulture day. https://t.co/03iswx3PHQ
100 days ago
Our new Good Fruit Grower eFlash is out: See how new high-tech systems promise to keep pesky birds from pecking awa… https://t.co/qp9NXQjah9
107 days ago
In our new Good Fruit Grower eFlash: Don’t stop cutting away fire blight after harvest, or a bad season will get wo… https://t.co/qaSNUBDFDw
111 days ago
RT @sdininny: Congratulations to Zenaida Ruiz Martinez, recipient of the Good Fruit Grower scholarship through Washington Apple Education F…
114 days ago
Our next Good Fruit Grower eFlash is here: Join us for a ride on the IFTA summer tour in B.C. -… https://t.co/RU2x53ZsS8
115 days ago
The tour is over, but the growing continues… #iftaBC https://t.co/LgsfnZqm4l
116 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Dordenberg Orchards, the final and most scenic stop on the tour, with the upper reaches of Okanagan Lake in the background.…
116 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: A mature block of Sunrise, an older BC variety, in a Lake Country orchard. BC Tree Fruits use them for a kind of direct mark…
116 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Molly Thurston searches for clear wing moth in a trap homemade with a soda bottle and a grape juice-vinegar solution in a Ho…
116 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Molly Thurston: “This is our last day together.” Us: “Awwwwww.” https://t.co/sq5bKRUqEP
116 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Corral Beach Farms uses toothpicks to train young Regina trees. #iftaBC https://t.co/QD5CpqsEGD
116 days ago
Where no cherry has gone before — IFTA BC tour Day 2 #iftaBC https://t.co/pRqX9YQSbu
116 days ago
@findtj @iFruitTree Get it while it’s online and share this with attendees too!
116 days ago
RT @findtj: @iFruitTree @goodfruitgrower OK all here’s the high-res version of the group photo! https://t.co/TorA82HxHx
116 days ago
RT @findtj: St. Anne’s Church, built in 1889 is one of the oldest surviving churches in the North Okanagan Valley. The pump organ on the ri…

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