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Featured stories about apples appear in this issue.

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Conversion to drip irrigation saves water

October 1st, 2005|0 Comments

The cost was about $1,000 per acre—less than it would have cost for additional water rights.

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China’s major juice processor continues to expand

October 1st, 2005|0 Comments

Just under half of its current 130,000 metric-ton production is exported to the United States.

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Honeycrisp presents postharvest challenges

October 1st, 2005|0 Comments

The variety is susceptible to a number of disorders that develop in storage

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Sweetie—an alternative to Gala?

October 1st, 2005|2 Comments

Sweetie, a new variety bred in New Zealand, is a large apple that ripens about a week before Gala.