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2021 Arctic apple harvest done, includes first Arctic Fuji crop

Okanagan Specialty Fruits announced Nov. 30 it has completed the harvest of its 2021 Arctic apple crop. Arctic apple varieties, which stay orchard fresh longer, are developed and grown by the company on its orchards... more »

UC study: Pesticides can affect multiple generations of bees

A new study from researchers at the University of California, Davis, finds that pesticides not only directly affect bee health, but effects from past exposure can carry over to future generations. The study, published in... more »

Don’t overlook orchard sanitation and weather station maintenance

After several weeks of summer trying to keep a firm grip on us, fall weather is finally here. As the leaves are falling from the trees, there are few disease management items on the to-do... more »

WSDA will pay for soil health analysis for eligible projects

Are you a Washington state grower, an agricultural professional, a graduate student, or a conservation district staff member who wants to soil sample? Are you interested in contributing soils data to the WaSHI State of the... more »

Red-fleshed: The science behind an uncommon apple breed

Deep in Oregon's Hood River Valley, a few select farms grow a rare cultivar of apples that look no different than most conventional varieties on the outside. This apple's taut skin is an amalgamation of... more »

Pallet Logistics of America acquires Pal-Serv

Pallet Logistics of America, a portfolio company of Silver Oak Services Partners, LLC and an asset-based pallet management services provider, has acquired Pal-Serv, a pallet recycler and logistics provider with pallet management facilities in Dallas,... more »

Vaccine verification plan in place for Washington state event  

By order of the governor, all attendees 12 years of age and older attending the 2021 Washington State Tree Fruit Association Annual Meeting Dec. 6-8, 2021, at the Yakima Convention Center and Yakima Valley SunDome... more »

Grapevine trunk disease management in dormant period viewed

Join the Eastern Viticulture and Enology Forum on Tuesday, Dec. 14, 3-4:30 p.m. ET, for the webinar "Advances in Grapevine Trunk Disease Management in the Dormant Period." This timely webinar occurs at the beginning of the... more »

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