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Good Fruit Growers of the Year

Featured stories about good fruit growers of the year appear in this issue.

Concentrate imports rise

January 1st, 2008|0 Comments

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

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. James Harbertson, Washington State --University

Chile is the most competitive

January 1st, 2008|1 Comment

The United States ranks fifth out of 28 apple-producing countries in terms of international competitiveness, according to data compiled by agricultural economist Dr. Des O'Rourke,

Leading Lady

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

Apple Lines

January 1st, 2008|0 Comments

With the 2007 crop numbers fresh in our minds, why would the Washington Apple Commission be looking ahead to the 2008 crop? Diligent work continues

First Bite

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As I look out my office window at another December snow flurry, I find myself looking forward to a winter's worth of industry meetings that

Last Bite

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Mount Adams is on the left and Mount Rainier on the right in the distance. "G and I" stood for Grandview Inland Fruit Company and