January 15th 2009 Issue

Highly feathered trees

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Thierry Ligonniere shows Neal Manly of Washington State, the high numbers of feathers on this knip tree.

Instant orchard

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Knipboom trees require a different mindset from orchardists who are used to planting standard, one-year nursery trees, says a Washington

Beefing up export efforts

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In line with the renewed Washington Apple Commission mandate to focus efforts on international marketing,

Finding knip trees

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Jim Swindeman would like to use knipboom trees for all of their plantings. It’s a no-brainer

Good Question – Economy

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The Wall Street and subprime mortgage meltdown in October has touched nearly every American, resulting

Growing knips in New York

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A few inches above the graft union on these Gala knipboom trees, you can see the heading cut

Packaging sells

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Researchers categorized wine bottle designs into five basic types (from left): contrasting, delicate, massive, natural, and nondescript.

Buy now

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If there’s a piece of equipment or software you’ve been thinking of buying or if

Feathered trees are profitable

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This second-leaf Gala tree produced the equivalent of 300 bushels per acre. Does it pay to

Expect tighter ag lending

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How much credit do you really need? It’s a question lenders are asking growers after a year of strong

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