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NEW VARIETIES JUNE 2012 www.goodfruit.com VOL. 63, NO. 11
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A redder Honeycrisp
New, New York apples go in the ground this spring: Growers hope for an apple like HoneyCrisp, but without the problems.
Breeding focus turns to blush: A cherrys yellow skin comes from recessive genes.
B.C. releases blush cherries
DS 22 planned for this falls market: New apple from private breeder will be managed as a club variety
Dream cherry has a dim future: Promising WSU blush cherry tree goes into decline after a few years.
World awaits B.C. cherries: Cherry varieties developed at Summerland, B.C., are carefully managed.
Pillars of agriculture: Key laws for American-style agriculture have 150-year birthdays.
Land-grant pioneer: Michigan State University struggles to keep to the vision.
Cornell still serves the public purpose
More predictability with MCP on pears needed
MCP results influenced by temperature
Saving resources with EQIP
Moscato madness: Washington wine industry should wait for the sweet wine phase to pass.
Muscat planting on the rise
In The Box
Good to Go
Last Bite : Hunza apricot
Good to Know: WA 2 update: Ines Hanrahan, Tom Auvil, and Kate Evans
Good to Know: Assesing new cherry varieties- Lynn Long
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