January 1st 2008 Issue

Solar lags in Washington State

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Despite abundant sunshine in eastern Washington, few businesses are adopting solar energy projects, though the interest is there, says an

The California solar rush

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Photovoltaic panels are positioned on the rooftop of organic produce marketer CF Fresh to put sunshine to work.

Concentrate imports rise

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A shortage of processing apples has resulted in increased imports of Chinese apple juice concentrate into the United States. Tight

Whatever happened to…The end of American agriculture

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"Americans will never notice as the percentage of their food that is imported rises to

Hotter weather, less color

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Warmer minimum temperatures in Washington State and other northern states could translate into less color development for red grape varieties

Antioxidants at every meal

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Many fruits, such as cherries, blueberries, and plums, contain high levels of antioxidants, but not all are absorbed in the

Year-end wine review

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Wine grape growers should meet annually with their winemakers to review the year and discuss wine grape quality, says Dr.

Chile is the most competitive

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The United States ranks fifth out of 28 apple-producing countries in terms of international competitiveness, according to data compiled by

Leading Lady

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Laura Mrachek oversees the operations of Cascade Analytical in Wenatchee and its Yakima branch. The labs provide agricultural

Making sense of global warming

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Putting politics and blame aside, global warming is occurring and carbon dioxide concentrations in the

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