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The Big Issue

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In The Box

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Left: Northeast McIntosh, Courtesy Jon Clements. Center: October issue cover prompts firestorm of regional pride and competitiveness. Right: McIntosh grown in New Hampshire, courtesy Chuck

Good Stuff

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Ty Snyder promoted C & O Nursery of Wenatchee, Washington, has promoted Ty Snyder to the position of orchard manager. Snyder has worked at the

Cold hardiness

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A new cold hardiness tool is available just in time for winter for Washington State grape growers through AgWeatherNet, a statewide databank of weather and

Self-rooted trees cut costs

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This is not a story out of a horticultural book of fables. It is a story to ruffle your imagination. While the search goes on

Instant vineyard

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These "super big" vines were planted in an Oregon vineyard earlier this year. Neil Hauff Imagine the labor savings if you could plant and establish

$60-million boost

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A mechanical harvester is part of a major research project relating to production and marketing of stem-free sweet cherries. More than $60 million dollars in