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Horticulture, Viticulture

Featured stories about horticulture and viticulture appear in this issue.

Four steps to cherry pruning

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Pruning and training of trees on productive rootstocks, such as Gisela 6 or 12, require techniques that are completely counter to pruning trees on Mazzard

First Bite

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After 60 years of collaboration with Washington State University Extension and research professors on this publication, Good Fruit Grower is launching a new magazine title

The optimal orchard

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The tall spindle system, with tree densities around 1,000 to 1,500 trees per acre, is highly competitive and productive and has potential for mechanical harvesting

Driving tree performance

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At Auvil Fruit Company, trees are planted as bench grafts with the union 6 to 8 inches above the ground to avoid scion rooting. Soil

Dwarfing rootstocks For stone fruit

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Though significant tree size differences in the three rootstock photos are difficult to see due to the pruning, the canopies of Controller 5 rootstock trees,

In My View

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A new Congress—the 110th under our nation’s constitution—is in session. Due to the electoral upheavals of last November, majority control in both the House and

Last Bite

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Gilbert Orchards of Yakima, Washington is the present-day descendent of the firm of Richey and Gilbert, founded in the 1890s by Horace Mark (H.M.) Gilbert