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family background / Trent is a first-generation farmer who started growing cherries alongside his wife, Shelly, and father-in-law, Dwayne Bowman. His primary job as an
March 14th, 2018|2 Comments
First commercial U.S. shipments of chance New Zealand apple variety reach store shelves.
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High levels of pest pressure are the new reality for Michigan tart cherry growers.
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Special nets proving to be deadly for brown marmorated stink bugs.
Oregon State entomologist updates Northwest growers on investigations into brown marmorated stink bug.
Enhanced lures let you know where you stand with with oriental fruit moth.
Researchers examine genetic contents of insects’ stomachs to find out what they eat and where they hide during winter.
This beautiful bug is bad news.
The spotted lanternfly, an Asian sap sucker that feeds on woody trees and vines, was first discovered in Eastern Pennsylvania
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New economic analysis puts a price tag on protecting Washington's maggot-free tree fruit regions.
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Buffalo treehopper emerges as a potential carrier of virus that causes red blotch disease.
Biocontrol and low-pesticide systems appear to be working in controlling mites in vineyards.
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USDA-ARS laboratory conducts research on insect pests of tree fruits.
The latest updates on the Food Safety Modernization Act.
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The Northwest Horticultural Council has hired Barbara Madden as vice president for scientific affairs, effective in January.
Madden has worked for the Office of Pesticide Programs
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