April 1st 2008 Issue

First Bite, Trendy California

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California, with its hub of Hollywood stars and the glitz that goes with them, is a trendsetter for the nation

Keeping orchards competitive

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Allan Brothers, Inc., in Yakima, Washington, are among the adventuresome few who go out of their way to

Chile expands cherry production

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It’s pretty safe to say that Chilean sweet cherries, which begin shipping around the time

The Green-Red apple

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Modì is marketed in Europe as an environmentally friendly variety. Trees are being propagated for planting in North

Efficient cherry orchard systems

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Washington State University researchers are studying a competitive cherry orchard system that trains upright fruiting offshoots, called UFOs,

If you plant it, will customers come?

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The most expensive piece of real estate in the world is the retail space at grocery stores. Competition for that

Whatever happened to the NLA?

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The National Licensing Association has not been actively enforcing patents in the United States while awaiting the outcome of its

How reflective cloth affects the crop

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Extenday was tested season long in a Washington State peach orchard. The cloth is attached to trees with

Will there be enough water?

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The irrigation ditches her father dug have given way to automatic drip systems but Lorraine Bennest knows that even the

B.C. unveils an ag roadmap

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The British Columbia tree fruit industry reacted favorably to the Canadian province’s recently unveiled agriculture plan, which focuses on

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