August 2008 Issue

U.K. fruit growers revolt

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Apple and pear growers in the United Kingdom are saying enough is enough. Frustrated by the proliferation of farm

Naramata struggles with change

By |August 1st, 2008|

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Blue grow tubes protect young grapevines in Naramata. Robert Van Western is a third-generation fruit grower

Working with a bottler

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Bill Hamlin of Custom Mobile Bottling oversees a recent bottling at the Winemaker’s Loft in Prosser.

Apple Matters

By |August 1st, 2008|

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Any way you slice it, apples are good for your health. Researchers around the world continue to uncover the apple’s

Bottling on wheels

By |August 1st, 2008|

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Wine can move through a mobile bottling line at a rate of 65 bottles per minute.

In The Box

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Inaugural article in "Good Health" series earns praise. ¡Bien Hecho! DearGood Fruit Grower: I work for the Rural Community

Last Bite

By |August 1st, 2008|

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Ralph Sundquist was able to grow his business during the Great Depression by investing wisely and by using innovative marketing.

Quick Bites

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Cherry Exports The U.S. Transportation Security Administration met with shippers last month in Yakima, Washington, to explain how a

Over the top

By |August 1st, 2008|

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Brandon Mulvaney (in the blue shirt) operates the over-the-row platform wirelessly. It began two years ago

Moth is a rare, but big, problem

By |August 1st, 2008|

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Organic grower John Hickerson of New Jersey has a big pest problem. It’s called the leopard moth.

has a 137-acre farm

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