January 1st 2007 Issue

Go where the puck is going!

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Hockey star Wayne Gretzky has a simple explanation for his success: “I go where the puck is going.”Correct anticipation is

The industry needs a new approach

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Solving the tree fruit industry’s problems will require brain power and market intelligence, agricultural economist

Former attorney heads PICO

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John KingsmillBritish Columbia’s new apple and cherry varieties need to be released in a more coordinated fashion, with the involvement

Last Bite

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Ed Prentice and his younger brother Howard established Prentice Packing and Cold Storage Company in 1926 in Yakima,

Patents and trademarks

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The Plant Patent Act, enacted in 1930, was the first of its kind worldwide, Karen Hauda, attorney and advisor for

In my view

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A colleague of mine recently shared a story with me about resistance to change. Dave was recalling a comment

Aurora goes on the market

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Del Feigal, manager of Auvil Fruit Company’s ranch at Vantage, Washington, is testing the B.C. variety Aurora.

Cherry double?

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European consumers buying cherries can choose many different varieties produced throughout the world. In the

B.C. replant program extended

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British Columbia’s orchard replant program, originally scheduled to end in December 2006, has been extended for another year. The program

A passion for cherries

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Cherry grower Norm Gutzwiler of Malaga, Washington, has been named Good Fruit Grower of the Year for 2006.

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