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Water Quality Assessment Approved

The Washington State Department of Ecology is pleased to announce that the Water Quality Assessment submitted to EPA on September 28, 2015 has been approved…

Cherry Residue Report Released

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

Felix F-750

The F-750 is a hand held device, which uses near infrared spectroscopy to determine different fruit quality parameters. This article provides an overview on the…

Water Sampling Done Simply

This document is meant to provide simple, easy to follow recommendations for water quality sampling under the FSMA Produce Safety Rule for Agricultural Water testing. The…

New Tools to Help Determine Maturity of Tree Fruit

Accurate information about the status of maturity of fruit on the tree prior to harvest, at receiving in the storage facility and throughout storage is…

Orchard Netting Field Day Aug 17 @ 10am

Orchard netting can provide hail and sunburn protection. See the impacts in the field as part of WSU’s large scale trials at McDougall and Son's…

Tour for Next Generation Tree Fruit Alliance Aug 4

Join us to discuss orchard systems for high quality fruit. Stop in for any portion of the tour you can. We know its crazy during…

Putting Cleaning and Sanitation Programs into Practice: A hands-on workshop for sanitation workers and food safety managers July 20th and 21st

The Washington State Tree Fruit Association will offer cleaning and sanitation workshops on " Putting Cleaning and Sanitation Programs into Practice: a hands-on workshop for…

Worker Protection Standards Changes

Worker Protection Standards (WPS) across the nation are changing effective Jan. 1, 2017 and some rules take effect in 2018. Rose Kachadoorian (ODA Pesticide Regulatory…

Monitoring and Conserving Earwigs in Washington State Apple Orchards

Studies show earwigs can suppress woolly apple aphid populations and they also feed on many other pests, including rosy apple aphid, apple aphid, codling moth…
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