February 1st 2009 Issue

A talk with Allen Shoup

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For 17 years, as chief executive officer of Chateau Ste. Michelle, Allen Shoup was at

Vineyard uniformity

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The Washington wine industry is in the process of learning about row orientation and matching aspect with variety.

Juice maker touts local, natural

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Squeezing into the competitive juice market has meant playing a background role for a low-profile British Columbia orchardist with a

Row orientation

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The Washington wine industry is in the process of learning about row orientation and matching

Get rid of poor-yielding orchards

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If your orchard produces low yields or fruit that ranks in the bottom half of

Frost management

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When trying to protect orchards from frost damage, growers should think in terms of frost management, Dr. Robert Evans, an

To farm or not to farm?

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Apple growers Marc and Madeleine van Roechoudt are working on a succession plan for Madeleine to eventually take

Good Question – Economy

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Washington’s grape industry has spent the last two years developing a comprehensive research plan. The

Focus on plant health

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Both the Olsen Brothers and the Andrews family are among Washington State’s wine industry pioneers, planting their first wine grape

Good Point – Chris Schlect

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Two hundred years ago, Abraham Lincoln was born in Kentucky. As he grew to young adulthood, his impoverished family often

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