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Cherry Residue Study Results Available

For the eighth consecutive year, the Washington Tree Fruit Research Commission has conducted studies to provide the Northwest cherry industry basic information about residues of…

Position Available Yakima

There is one extra help, temporary position with the WSU Extension Office. The position of Tree Fruit Extension Assistant will be responsible for working on…

FDA Expands Water Testing Options for Growers

The FDA has recently announced further flexibility for growers with respect to testing the agricultural water used for postharvest washing and cooling, hand washing, sanitizing…

New WSU Produce Safety Website Launched

We’re happy to announce that the produce safety website has been revamped!  Take an opportunity to review the content at foodsafety.wsu.edu.  We will use this…

We Need Your Input

Dear Stakeholder: We need your help! Your input on rosaceous crop research priorities is critical to help us define objectives for a new USDA Specialty…

Save the Dates – North Central Washington Tree Fruit Days January 15-21 in Wenatchee and Chelan, February 5 Okanogan

Save the date for WSU Tree Fruit Extension Programs in Central Washington on January 15, 16, 17, and 2; Omak February 5. Co-sponsored by Northwest…

Mormon Crickets on the Move

There have been a number of reports of Mormon crickets recently, and sure enough, this is the time of year we start to see them…

Adding to the Codling Moth IPM Tool Box

Imagine biological control released by drones. Betsy Beers, Washington State University and Nathan Moses-Gonzales, M3 Consulting are working to add Sterile Insect Release (SIR) to…

Tree Assistance Program

TAP provides disaster assistance to eligible orchardists and nursery tree growers to replant or rehabilitate trees, bushes, and vines that were lost because of an…

Time to protect for doubling in Cherries

Those of you growing cherries that are sensitive to pistil doubling (e.g., ‘Bing’, ‘Tieton’, ‘Early Robin’) should consider protecting the crop during this period of…
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