Good Fruit Grower

June 2017

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44 JUNE 2017 GOOD FRUIT GROWER GOOD DEALS… products and services for progressive growers PROPERTIES AVAILABLE Eric Weinheimer, DESIGNATED BROKER, AG COM REAL ESTATE LLC Ag Com Real Estate To view this, or other properties, call: 509-845-4389 ±200 acres well-maintained mature cherries • Early fruit production area Yakima Valley • Relatively frost-free area • Senior water rights Benton ID • Frost and supplemental wells • Large frost pond and wind machines REAL ESTATE C J A Clark Jennings & Associates, Inc. AG Real Estate and Financial Services Call us today: Yakima: 509-248-5600 • $842,000 Yakima, 44 gross acres, 36.6 acres planted to Pacific Rose, Honeycrisp and Jazz, with a few Reds. For additional detail, email or call Dave Smeback (969-0312) ORCHARDS FOR SALE Call us today for an update. Steve Weber (509-952-0776), email; Dave Smeback (509-969-0312), email; Lowell Ash (509-413-6233), email Jim O'Connor (509-546-1357), email Darren Hartman (509-961-3398), email INSURANCE This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer. 800.743.2125 MISCELLANEOUS Doug Button Advertising Manager 509-853-3514 Rick Larsen Advertising Sales 509-853-3517 Theresa Currell Sales Coordinator 509-853-3516 Contact Our Sales Team 1-800-487-9946 By providing superior and ethical editorial content, we set the stage for your compelling message to be seen by growers. The essential resource Sign up for eFlash newsletter Scan the code for eFlash! Keyes Fibre earns SQF certifications K eyes Fibre has become the first molded fiber company to receive Safe Quality Food Institute certification. The Wenatchee, Washington-based subsidiary of Keyes Packaging Group received certification in March. The process involves hazard analysis, risk assessment and proactive prevention strategies. The certification process allowed Keyes to enhance its final prod- uct traceability, raw material tracking and other systematic process improvements. For more information, go to environment. BioSafe Systems introduces bactericide B ioSafe Solutions has introduced PerCarb, an alternative to potas- sium bicarbonate and lime sulfur products for use in agriculture. PerCarb (sodium carbonate peroxyhydrate) is an EPA-registered, zero-hour REI, broad spectrum bactericide/fungicide to treat and control pathogens that cause major foliar diseases on fruit and veg- etable crops. PerCarb is designed for foliar application with no phytotoxicity, as well as pre- and postseason dormant applications controlling downy mildew, powdery mildew, botrytis rot and bacterial leaf spot, among others. For more information, call BioSafe at 888-273-3088 or visit www. GOOD STUFF A selection of the latest products and services for tree fruit and grape growers JUNE June 15-16: Interpera International Pear Congress, Wenatchee, Washington, June 19-30: UC Davis Postharvest Technology of Horticultural Crops Short Course, Davis, California, JULY July 21: Center for Latino Farmers Small Farms Conference, Yakima, Washington. Call 509-453-3157 for more information. GOOD TO GO For a complete listing of upcoming events, check the Calendar at The essential resource Download the app at or the Google Play or Apple app stores. News . Latest Updates Photos . Videos Get the app that puts all of Good Fruit Grower on your mobile device.

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