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Featured stories about cherries appear in this issue.

Consumers like stem-free cherries

May 15th, 2007|0 Comments

Skeena cherries came off this tree, leaving only their stems. Critical to the potential for mechanically harvesting stem-free sweet cherries is understanding consumers' perceptions of

Which cherries do they like?

May 15th, 2007|0 Comments

These cherries were part of a consumer variety tasting survey sponsored by Washington State University to learn more about consumer reactions to a range of

Avoid rain and more

May 15th, 2007|0 Comments

Leaves inside the tunnel are healthy compared to the defoliated cherry trees in the background that were grown without protecting tunnels. Growing fresh-market, sweet cherries

Tunnel vision

May 15th, 2007|0 Comments

Rainier cherries from trees on Gisela 5 and 6 rootstocks were significantly larger when grown under tunnels than when grown without tunnels. Preliminary data showed