2017 WASHINGTON STATE HORT SHOW
We will be covering the 113th Washington State Tree Fruit Association Annual Meeting and Northwest Hort Expo
December 4-6, 2017, at the Three Rivers Convention Center in Kennewick, Washington.

Labor, pests and disease: Hort show, Day 3 wrap

Tree fruit industry bestows honors at Washington awards banquet

2 days ago
Meet Jose Garcia, a young grower from Wenatchee, WA, featured in our April 1 issue. Jose started working in ag at a… https://t.co/UlJGBE0TmM
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2 days ago
Understanding more about the plant microbiome could uncover many benefits to agriculture, such as microbes that can… https://t.co/zN9WRQKIoG
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4 days ago
Consider legumes between your trees, say researchers @USUAggies and @WSU_SoilHealth as well as some commercial grow… https://t.co/p6MPWYYpZ1
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6 days ago
Washington grape growers use compost to boost long-term soil health; soil researcher from @WSUWineScience suggests… https://t.co/RhraLI8HzK
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9 days ago
RT @findtj: It’s not too late to join in the first seminar of the WSU-OSU Tree Fruit Extension webinar series at https://t.co/zRrxR3nea8
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9 days ago
Agriculture is an essential business, even in a pandemic, but it’s anything but business as usual. The… https://t.co/W774LSScK1
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9 days ago
New York growers anticipate a big bloom from Honeycrisp this year. Will they try blossom thinning to minimize bienn… https://t.co/1Df6qlVkV3
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10 days ago
Little cherry disease is expected to impact potential volume of 2020 cherry crop, @NWcherrygrowers announces:… https://t.co/nxL9dRy4l4
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10 days ago
Wild bees are disappearing from blueberry farms, according to @MSUEntomology research. Learn how to create healthfu… https://t.co/9VH9q0GE96
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11 days ago
Plenty of places to find info about how to run a farm during the coronavirus outbreak. @Stokes_Law @Cornellhttps://t.co/P5zdJJmhnc
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11 days ago
Fruit slows down the growth of young tart cherry trees. @MSU_Extension researcher shows using ethephon early can he… https://t.co/nmgkTKcQIB
16 days ago
Meet Herbie Annala of Hood River, Oregon, our young grower featured in the March 15 issue. Herbie is leading effort… https://t.co/9xh0ZY9WXk
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17 days ago
Entomologist @wsubeeguy continues to breed better honey bees, while new projects and facilities round out the news… https://t.co/gQCJr0C2wY
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18 days ago
Learn pear pruning strategies from some of the best growers in Washington, thanks to @WSUTreeFruitExt's field day.… https://t.co/nVC5QxC6Ph
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18 days ago
In light of coronavirus, the @USEmbassyMEX has agreed to process pending H-2A visas for returning workers who don’t… https://t.co/EPL9gGg51U
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19 days ago
The @WSDAgov is planning how best to trap, track and eradicate the beehive-destroying Asian giant hornet this year.… https://t.co/idQCegv4Qi
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19 days ago
Blue orchard bees help honey bees with pollination duties in cherries and pears, according to early results from… https://t.co/7d1gZzfiNb
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22 days ago
Coronavirus concerns rattle the fruit industry. Check our web post for updated announcements and info, including… https://t.co/tyzM8jbdTu
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23 days ago
Washington growers try new tricks to curb what may be a codling moth resurgence. https://t.co/2a1jYgoJHZ Plus, tim… https://t.co/5b0aUFvIb0
24 days ago
Arctic airmass aims for Eastern Washington tomorrow, @AgWeatherNet warns. @NWcherrygrowers are on high alert for bu… https://t.co/1BerBEsHfW
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24 days ago
Samurai wasp releases seek to slice down population of brown marmorated stink bug. @MSUExtension @OregonStateExthttps://t.co/dF1bA9Pkfy
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25 days ago
Keep an eye out for spotted lanternfly. @psuextension’s Heather Leach shares her efforts aimed at managing the inva… https://t.co/2Viyet1Xe9
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26 days ago
Want the flavor of a peach but without the drippy mess? New “neat peach” varieties from the @Rutgers breeding progr… https://t.co/xGH50J4cUc
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26 days ago
San Jose scale befuddled by pheromones. @MSU_Extension https://t.co/DYMq7r8fzj
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27 days ago
Ugh, paperwork! Don’t let surveys get you down. They have their reasons, and we have a few ways to help prioritize… https://t.co/w9OkS6G0fc
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30 days ago
Ever wonder what pear psylla pick-up lines sound like? @DowenJocson in the @CrowderLabWSU has recordings — if you’r… https://t.co/PxBPRxwo3C
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30 days ago
The @WAwinegrowers honors 2019 leadership award winners at its 2020 annual meeting, including growers Mike Sauer, K… https://t.co/JSChwUQZGr
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30 days ago
RT @Wa_State_Wine: We are sad to announce that @TasteWashington is canceled this year. We appreciate everyone’s support while we’ve been cl…
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30 days ago
RT @findtj: David Minick was honored with the 2019 Erick Hanson Memorial Grower of the Year award during the Washington Winegrowers luncheo…
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30 days ago
RT @findtj: Quick correction: these were the 2019 award winners, not the 2020 winners.
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30 days ago
RT @findtj: Gordon “Gordy” Hill, left, receives the 2020 Grand Vin award during the Washington Winegrowers luncheon on March 5 in Kennewick…
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30 days ago
RT @findtj: Kent Waliser, left, receives the 2020 Industry Service award during the Washington Winegrowers luncheon on March 5, in Kennewic…
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30 days ago
RT @findtj: Mike Sauer receives the 2020 Lifetime Achievement award during the Washington Winegrowers luncheon on March 5, in Kennewick, Wa…
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30 days ago
RT @findtj: Vicky Scharlau, executive director of Washington Winegrowers, welcomes 2020 attendees to the annual industry awards luncheon in…
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30 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: @SteMichelle @OregonState @CanoeRidgeWine $8,000 per year to operate a wind machine over 5 years. #WAwinegrowers2020 https:/…
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30 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: @SteMichelle @OregonState @CanoeRidgeWine Wind machines are effective but finite tool. They provide a 3-4 degree push. “Most…
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30 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: @SteMichelle @OregonState @CanoeRidgeWine “A good site trumps everything. Dave Harmening of Orchard-Rite said about frost co…
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30 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: @SteMichelle @OregonState @CanoeRidgeWine People sometimes say they are already mechanizing, and they are. “But there’s alwa…
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30 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: @SteMichelle @OregonState @CanoeRidgeWine cut labor costs of shoot thinning in high-tier blocks roughly in half by mechanizi…
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30 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: @SteMichelle @OregonState His study did not look at other chores to mechanize. He wants growers to give him ideas. Clark Sea…
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30 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: @SteMichelle Mechanizing leaf pulling and harvesting “is kind of a slam dunk,” when it comes to improving profits and liquid…
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30 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Mech session moderator Mike Means of @SteMichelle called Thursday the “morning after” sessions, in references to Wednesday n…
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31 days ago
RT @findtj: Do rootstocks affect wine composition? Jim Harbertson, WSU, gave us his insight following the #WAwinegrowers2020 phylloxera ses…
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31 days ago
Last day for live coverage from @kprengaman and @findtj #WAwinegrowers2020
31 days ago
More fruit growers are having a bear of a problem with bears damaging trees and destroying beehives. Read more and… https://t.co/K2NN6tu1cC
31 days ago
Vineyard health check draws a crowd on day 2 of the @WAwinegrowers’ annual meeting. #WAwinegrowers2020 Read… https://t.co/GRVcyYozMB
31 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Analemma Wines in Columbia Gorge farms biodynamically. Workers have cows on the farm and they bury the manure in hollowed ou…
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31 days ago
RT @findtj: Moving vineyard equipment to/from phylloxera zones? Here’s a how-to slide on cleaning recommendations from @WSU_Vit_Ext https:/…
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31 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Hedges Family Estate is a biodynamic wine producer on Red Mountain in Benton City, WA. First release in WA was Hedges in 201…
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31 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Harbertson is showing us a lot of tables of data and telling us, "there's nothing to see here." He said: '"What we saw was…
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31 days ago
RT @kprengaman: @WSUWineScience Don't worry through. Melissa Hansen from the @Wa_State_Wine and the @goodfruitgrower archive has us covered…
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31 days ago
RT @kprengaman: Jim Harbertson from @WSUWineScience shares findings of 1999 rootstock trial on wine making he did with Markus Keller. It's…
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31 days ago
RT @findtj: @WSU_Vit_Ext — Rootstocks offer many viticultural advantages we currently do not take advantage of.
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31 days ago
RT @findtj: @WSU_Vit_Ext — Most vine rootstocks are very cold hardy.
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31 days ago
RT @findtj: The @WSU_Vit_Ext team wears their “Vote Rootstock 2020” endorsement t-shirts during the #WAwinegrowers2020 phylloxera session t…
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31 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: Organic and biodynamic wines have strict certification processes; natural wines do not, said @HeadStoryteller @Oregonian. #W…
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31 days ago
RT @SwassRoss: "A lot of what we’re talking about today is as old as the planet,” said Michael Alberty, wine writer for The Oregonian in Po…
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And now @SwassRoss is on the scene

Overhiser, Isaacs and others honored at Great Lakes Expo

Wilbur-Ellis: 2017 Hort Show coverage sponsor

Gonzales: Spanish sessions exceed expectations at Washington annual meeting

Watch the 2017 Hort Show video summaries

GLExpo Day 3 wrap: using plant growth regulators for flowering, fruit set, and other aspects of physiology

 

Strong market for Michigan sweet cherries: GLExpo Day 2 wrap

Organics: Hort show Day 2, afternoon wrap

Playing to win: Day 2 Hort show, morning wrap

Anticipation and Flexibility: Day 1, Hort Show morning wrap

Varieties and Cosmic Crisp: Day 1, Hort Show afternoon wrap

GLExpo Day 1 wrap: pests, pollinators and soil microbes

An Oregon trailblazer: 2017 Grower of the year

Curiosity, sharing and innovation drive Mike Omeg, a fifth-generation cherry grower. Read More »

A grower with industry influence: 2017 Grower of the year

Grower of the Year Mike Omeg has an impressive list of industry contributions and accomplishments. Read More »

Omeginsanity — ‘I was a little bit shocked’: 2017 Grower of the year

Avoiding the pitfalls: Expo 2017 Preview

Managing relationships is an important key to family farms: Great Lakes Farm Market EXPO Read More »

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