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January 29th, 2019|0 Comments
Amrit Singh began work at Summerland Research and Development Centre knowing he has ‘big shoes to fill.’
Michigan Apple Committee funds study to find ways to make harvest more efficient.
January 24th, 2019|0 Comments
Packing line improvements point to progress on pesky pear packing problems.
Packing house highlights: Kershaw innovates old-school style, Washington Fruit stacks with robots and Columbia Fruit finds new vision with improved tunnel.
January 23rd, 2019|0 Comments
Washington State University researcher studies the details of why grapes split.
January 22nd, 2019|0 Comments
First commercial use of natamycin in cherry packing last season reported successful.
High tunnels are a great way to get more out of sweet cherries, including larger and earlier-ripening fruit. The question is: Do the potential profits
January 17th, 2019|0 Comments
Timing of MCP treatment depends on the aim of postharvest management.
Considering airflow and efficient cold storage design helps protect fruit quality and lowers energy costs.
January 15th, 2019|0 Comments
Using WA 38 graft wood fees, nursery institute donates funds for new growth chamber to Clean Plant Center Northwest.
January 15th, 2019|2 Comments
WSU researcher tinkers with sanitizers and best ways to use them.
Organic storage and food safety needs drive renewed interest in ozone technology.
January 14th, 2019|0 Comments
It’s a fact of life: If you’re storing, holding or packing produce, you have a program for cleaning and sanitizing your facilities and any food
January 14th, 2019|1 Comment
For years, Washington growers and packers have turned to a handy, 36-page guide to determine the exact cause of the flaws in their apples.
family background/ Dan is a first-generation tree fruit grower who wants to build on the farm’s family legacy built by his father-in-law, Rodney Klenk, in
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