January 15th 2007 Issue

What’s in store for the cherry grower?

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A good future lies ahead for Washington’s fresh cherry industry, despite some marketing difficulties during the 2006 season, horticulturist Lee

Major increase in cherry acreage

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Sweet cherry acreage in Washington State has increased almost threefold in the past 20 years,

Steps to establishing a money-making orchard

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Establishing or replanting an orchard is a money-making opportunity. The most cost-effective system to establish

First Bite

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After 60 years of collaboration with Washington State University Extension and research professors on this

Last Bite

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Gilbert Orchards of Yakima, Washington is the present-day descendent of the firm of Richey and Gilbert, founded in the 1890s

In My View

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A new Congress—the 110th under our nation’s constitution—is in session. Due to the electoral upheavals of last November, majority control

Increasing clean material

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The availability of clean grape planting material in Washington State is a result of coordination and collaboration between the grape

Nurseries try to stay ahead of trends

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Washington grape nursery representatives report brisk business, though the frantic planting of vineyards has slowed. Interest in wine grape clones

Grape nursery timeline

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With supplies of certain grape varietals and clones limited in Washington State, growers must plan ahead when making planting decisions

Keeping vineyards clean

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Teodulo Jimenez supervises the skilled crews at Inland Desert Nursery. The strength of Washington State’s

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