May 15th 2006 Issue

Cherry grower positions for competitive market

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Oregon cherry grower Mike Omeg expects to spend as much as $20,000 a year to be certified under Nature’s Choice,

Protecting deer is part of certification program

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Many orchardists view deer as pests because they munch on the leaves of young trees. But Bridget Bailey, vice president

Growers have many cherry varieties to choose from

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New cherry variety PC7903-2 will be released this year. Photo courtesy of Lynn Long, OSU Cherry growers

Speeding up breeding

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Impatience and tree fruit breeding are an unlikely match, blending together as well as water

Season-long weed control not necessary

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Scientists are finding there is a critical time during the year when weeds can impact tree fruit yields. But after

Nursery offers wide variety

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Adams County Nursery produces more than 650 different scion/rootstock combinations to meet the needs of the diverse fruit-growing community in

Growers save local park

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When Washington State closed the only public access park and boating facility for a 50-mile

Alder Ridge finds niche with Rhone varietals

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Alder Ridge Vineyard and Estate is known for its Bordeaux red varietals, with nearly half of its 800-some acres planted

Warm trend may challenge wine grape production

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A warmer climate could pose great risk to some viticultural regions, though many grape-growing areas

Unique varietals at family vineyard

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Abacela, the name of Dr. Gregory Jones’s family vineyards and winery, comes from an ancient Spanish word meaning “to plant

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