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May 23rd, 2018|1 Comment
Planting 60 percent Lapins. Wrapping trunks with insulation. Expecting some trees to die every year. Growing cherries at 2,500 feet in the Oregon Cascades takes
May 23rd, 2018|0 Comments
Wine grape growers should keep insurance in mind if they see smoke on the horizon this year.
In the wake of California’s fiery 2017, insurance companies
MSU researcher studies performance on various training systems, finds insights for future studies.
Limited release of MSU’s dwarfing rootstocks gives growers a chance to experiment.
Will they prove worth the trouble for growers?
Effort to match high-density tart cherries with over-the-row harvest technology aims to boost profitability.
May 17th, 2018|0 Comments
Postharvest tools, better communication can help fine-tune storage practices and improve packouts.
Science panel seeks boost in funding to help with increasing costs of pear research projects.
Montana’s cherries find another market as Tabletree juice.
Montana’s sweet cherry growers are hoping for a better year after the downturn of 2017.
2018 brings an earlier start and cloud of tariffs over China.
May 14th, 2018|0 Comments
Per McCord assumes duties with Washington State University’s stone fruit program.
family background/ Nick graduated from Columbia Gorge Community College, married Annabeth and has a young son and daughter. Beyond working just about every job on
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