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Northwest Profiles: Cosmic Crisp® (New Washington State Apple)

Bred from the marriage of two apples, and over 20years in the making…a once in a generation pome is destined to make a huge splash…

The Soil is Alive

A diverse abundant soil food web cycles water and nutrients, suppresses plant pathogens and helps buffer plant stress. Feed the soil food web to improve…

Mike Willett talks about CM

Mike Willett talks about how pests threaten our crops, like Washington's iconic apples. See how Washington's apple growers are using integrated pest management to reduce…

Life on a Leaf

Description of mites that can be found on apple leaves. Video taken with a dissecting microscope 10x-70x.

How to Postharvest: PNW Dark Sweet Cherry Development Chart Index

Tutorial video on how to use the new Pacific NorthWest Dark Sweet Cherry Development Index Chart developed by Oregon State University. Spreadsheet is available for…

How to Postharvest: Atago Pocket Brix-Acid Meter

Dr. Rob Blakey demonstrates how to use the ATAGO pocket Brix-Acid meter to determine total soluble solids and titratable acidity for apples. Both the "quick"…

WA 38 ‘Cosmic Crisp™’ Fall Field Visits – Part 2

The WA 38 (or Cosmic Crisp™) trial compares vertical spindle, bi-axis and V-trellis training systems and both the M9-Nic29 and Geneva 41 rootstocks. Trial results…

WA 38 ‘Cosmic Crisp™’ Fall Field Visits – Part 1

Drs. Bruce Barritt, Ines Hanrahan and Mr. Tom Auvil describe WA38 'Cosmic Crisp™' cultivar characteristics, tree handling, rootstocks, pollination, thinning, the issue of stem punctures,…

Photoselective Anti-hail Netting Trial for ‘Honeycrisp’ Apple

An evaluation of the use of photoselective anti-hail netting is underway to reduce sunburn and improve productivity of 'Honeycrisp' apple in trials a commercial orchard…

Orchard Biorenovation

Abundant, active soil biota benefit your crops and your bottom line. Learn about a new biologically based technique to control apple replant disease while supporting…
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