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Featured stories about cherries and their varieties appear in this issue.

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Outreach: The final goal

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Field horticulturists from Chelan Fruit Cooperative examine beneficial insects during a hands-on workshop offered in February. Inset: Angela Gadino discusses natural-enemy monitoring techniques with Leo

First Bite

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As the Northwest cherry season draws closer, for the first time in six or seven years I am thinking that the 2013 harvest has the

Food safety mistakes

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This creative, portable handwashing facility meets GlobalGAP requirements. Water is clearly labeled. PHOTO COURTESY OF SUSAN PHEASANT For growers just getting started in the food

Widely planted

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Coral Champagne has been the hottest selling cherry variety in California in recent years, according to accounts from nurseries, brokers, and growers. Dave Wilson Nursery,

Good Point: China

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I have talked about the immediate threat of the excessive increases in apple production from Washington State and went so far as to say that

Quick Bites

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New cherry bulletins, videos Two new publications on cherry production and several sweet cherry videos covering training systems and pruning are available free to growers.

Good Stuff

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Book of secrets Karin Argo of Zillah, Washington, is selling the second edition of her popular The Secrets of Eastern Washington Cookbook. Argo, who grew