November 2014 Issue

Understanding how tart cherry trees work is key to quality and cost control

By |November 24th, 2014|

Ask an orchard manager, just how good a job do you have to do to keep it producing high quality fruit year after year?

Not all consumers opposed to GMOs

By |November 24th, 2014|

How to measure the activism and attitudes regarding GMOs.

Sensors help classify insects

By |November 21st, 2014|

New research holds promise for growers.

Automated trap simplifies research

By |November 20th, 2014|

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Researchers at Michigan State University used the SemiosBio automated “camera trap” monitoring system last season as a research tool.

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It’s nearly show time: Hort Show 2014

By |November 20th, 2014|

Gearing up for the big reveal

2014 Hort Show preview: Advancing with the times

By |November 20th, 2014|

The annual Washington hort meeting will assemble experts who can help growers move forward in their operations.

Great Lakes Expo lineup

By |November 20th, 2014|

Great Lakes Expo December 9-11 in Michigan

Fighting food fraud with forensics

By |November 20th, 2014|

Each apple has a chemical fingerprint that links it to the place it was grown.

Remote pest managment with automated traps

By |November 20th, 2014|

With an electronic trap and wireless network, growers can spend less time scouting in the orchard.

Apple art winner

By |November 14th, 2014|

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Laura Ramirez, 18, of Sunnyside, Washington, was the grand-prize winner in the Washington Apple Education Foundation’s Year of the Apple

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