May 15th 2009 Issue

Flushed with blush

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Orondo Ruby (on the right) is thought to be a mutation of Rainier (on the left). Orondo

Rain protection pays

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A rain-covered orchard is also netted against cherry fly for organic cherry production. The additional black net serves

Sweet cherry rootstock traits

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Premium Lapins cherries can be grown on Krymsk 5 rootstock if proper management techniques are followed.

One-stop cherry Web site

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Montmorency cherry. To visit the new MSU cherry Web site, Researchers at Michigan State University have

Last Bite: Billion $ label

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Frank Shields is credited with developing the Billion $ and Million $ labels used by his family’s fruit

Cherry study pinpoints problems

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Extending storage and shipping duration of cherries in British Columbia, Canada, can be achieved with minor modifications to the production,

Grafting in Washington

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Todd Newhouse of Washington’s Outlook Vineyards and Upland Winery says they first experimented with grape grafting about seven years ago

Cherries touted as value item

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With soft economies around the world, an aggressive sweet cherry promotion program is what’s needed this season, say representatives of

Seamless switch

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Rusty Figgins wraps the oblique side graft with tape. Right: The new graft after splicing, taping, and painting.

5 keys to cherry success

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The key to keeping the Northwest cherry industry sustainable and profitable can be boiled

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