April 15th 2007 Issue

Tentation is growing

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Sixteen New Zealand apple growers have planted the French club variety Delblush, which is sold

Transition now to new pest controls

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An Esteem-intoxicated obliquebanded leafroller larva showing deformities to its external body structures. This article is the

Working for Ag Labor Reform

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With the spring apple blossom time upon us, it might seem a bit early to

Growers want antidumping changes

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British Columbia fruit growers are spearheading an initiative to help prevent Washington State orchardists from dumping cheap apples and cherries

Big shift to dwarf trees

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New Zealand orchardists are making a rapid shift to dwarfing rootstocks for their new apple plantings.

Traditionally, they’ve used Malling 106

Enough bees despite losses

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Despite widespread declines in honeybees over the past winter, supplies of hives for pollinating tree fruits in the Pacific Northwest

What is an AVA?

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An American Viticultural Area, sometimes called an appellation, is defined as: a delimited grape-growing region that is distinguishable by geographic

First Bite

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Good Fruit Grower is a nonprofit, grower-owned magazine with a small staff and conservative budget, so, when we decide to

Too many AVAs?

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The rapid proliferation of American Viticultural Areas (AVAs) in Washington State—four of the nine were

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