Good Fruit Grower

October 2017

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Page 44 of 47 Good Fruit Grower OCTOBER 2017 45 CLASSIFIED 509-853-3520 800-487-9946 509-853-3521 fax BIRD CONTROL NATURAL CONTROL. The American Kestrel Falcon will give you LOW COST bird control. Call Ben at Orchard Guard: 509-910-6598, DEER CONTROL GUARANTEED DEER CONTROL: Try Deer Shield for an entire year. If you are not completely satisfied, simply return it for a complete refund of your purchase price. 888-332-2328. EMPLOYMENT AVAILABLE K Y L E M A T H I S O N O R C H A R D S i n Wenatchee is seeking a full-time Ranch Direc- tor to help organize, supervise and implement practices that ensure the upmost quality in its 650 acres of cherries, apples, pears and grapes. The ideal candidate would have a degree in horticulture, however, practical skills and experience will be considered in lieu of academic qualifications. Good com- munication skills and analytical thinking is a must. Responsibilities would include inter- acting with other company Directors, pack- ing warehouses, and chemical consultants, while adhering to team planning and goals. For more information, please contact the HR office at (509) 662-3613 or submit your resume and cover letter to JOURNALISM FELLOWSHIP at Good Fruit Grower. Good Fruit Grower magazine is looking for a journalist who is fluent in Span- ish and English to serve as the lead writer and curator of its new Spanish-language web site. The bilingual journalist will be the first new hire in a significant expansion of Good Fruit Grower's Spanish-language content. Based in Yakima, Washington, the position begins after Sept. 1, subject to final grant approval. The fellowship runs nine months, with the potential for renewal for a second nine-month stint. For details, please visit ship-at-gfg/ FROST PROTECTION FROST OR FREEZE protection got you down? Warm up with AgHeat's propane heaters to protect your crops. Call or email,, 541-400-4875. www. FRUIT TREES TREES STILL AVAILABLE for 2018 & 2019. Supplies are going to be very limited, so order today! Representing the nation's PRE- MIER fruit tree nurseries. Stan Peterson Fruit Tree Sales, (cell) 231-499-9292, 888- 333-1464., www. 2574 S. Benedict Road, Ludington, MI 49431. QUALITY TREES for quality growers, sales agent for Van Well Nursery and C&O Nurs- ery. Mike Anderson, 509-952-3538. FUMIGATION CUSTOM ORCHARD Fumigation Re-plant- ing? No job too small. Call now to sched- ule your applications. 509-687-9572. Serving all of Washington. Visit us at TRIDENT AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS, INC., specializing in soil fumigation for orchards, vineyards, hops, berries, nurser- ies and other crops. Schedule your fumiga- tion as soon as possible to ensure you have Telone/Pic available for your new orchard. Call 509-728-2004 or 360-225-3588. GRAFTING SALVADOR ZARAGOSA professional graft- ing, chip budding, and budding bench grafting. We guarantee 95% take. Mobile, 509-961-2986. PROFESSIONAL GRAFTING and service. Small and large acreage. 20 years' expe- rience. Jose Mendez, 509-584-0034 or (mobile) 509-949-1321. GARY McMONAGLE Grafting, growing for 30 years with over 20 million field grafts of experience, including millions of chip buds and bench grafts. 509-669-1686. S C I O N O N ® G R A F T I N G T O O L S , Bio-Graft™ tape, Bud Clips and other inno- vative nursery, grafting supplies and equip- ment. Exclusive US/Canada distributor. Download our catalog and view our You- Tube videos at Toll free 800-386-5600. Cell 269-921-6892. Ask for Matt Moser. ZAMORA'S GRAFTING. Many Central Washington growers satisfied with our unsurpassed results. Over 30 years experi- ence. Contact Ramiro Zamora at 509-689- 6932 or 509-733-2754. GROWER HOUSING SUPPLIES STURDY METAL BUNK beds and mat- tresses for H2A farm worker housing. Two week lead time from order to delivery. Free on-site delivery with larger orders. Call Crown Furniture, Wenatchee, WA, 509-663- 4814 or 509-670-4011; fax 509-663-6326; or e-mail today for a quote. ORCHARDS FOR SALE 61 ACRES vacant land East of Quincy on Rd. 11.5 is available for immediate sale. Irrigation water provided by QCID. Never had trees on, organically row cropped last several years. Jeff Hallman, Homes & Equity R.E. Group, 509.387.0735. For current pricing & recorded information, dial 1-800-381-6641 ext. 1549. ORCHARD LEASE WANTED LEASING FARMS? Dedicated and experi- enced farmer interested in leasing apple, cherry, and pear farms in Eastern Washing- ton. Call 509-480-2196. ORCHARD NETTING WWW.NETTINGBUILDER.COM Agrination Netting Builder enclose or build netting structures for orchards countrywide. Grow Netting, Shade, Hail, Bee and Humidity and Custom Retractable Netting. We design, con- struct and advise our customers on practical solutions. References on request. Please con- tact Neil Shaw, 864 478-7440 or neilshaw@, www.nettingbuilder. com. ORCHARD REMOVAL PUSH, PILE, BURN. Services for orchard and tree removal, also ripping and discing available. Yakima Valley 509-379-1166. ORCHARD SUPPLIES WILSON IS YOUR SOURCE for all types of fabric and plastics used in farming. Shade, wind screens, greenhouse films, and mulches. 509-453-9983. TRELLIS SUPPLIES. Largest manufac- turer direct selection available: Jim's Sup- ply, Euro posts, organic wood, PWP Wood Posts, ToughStrand Fencing, bamboo and more. 800-653-2216 Ext 1, PACKING EQUIPMENT USED PACKING EQUIPMENT: We spe- cialize in meeting your needs for used cherry, apple, and soft fruit packing and hydro cooling equipment. We custom fab- ricate as well. Call 206-321-8378. ROOTSTOCKS TRECO® ROOTSTOCKS mean quality. Buy from the industry leader. TRECO has supplied 60 percent of the nation's malus rootstock needs to the nurseries for more than 70 years. Go directly to the source and buy the rootstocks trusted and preferred by the major nurseries: TRECO; PO Box 98, Woodburn, OR 97071. Ph: 800-871-5141; fax: 503-634-2344; email: or website: CARLTON PLANTS, LLC is a quality grower of virus-certified rootstocks and seedlings for fruit, flowering, and shade trees. Apple: M9-NIC, M26, M7, M25, MM106, MM111, domestic. Cherry: Mazzard, Mahaleb. Pear: calleryana, communis. Plum: M29C, St. Julian. For questions or to place an order, please call our sales department, 800-398- 8733 or fax 800-442-1452. COPENHAVEN FARMS NURSERY. "We're at the Root of The Business." Quality Oregon-grown rootstock and seedlings for fruit, flowering, and shade trees. Specializing in virus-free apple, cherry, plum, and pear rootstock since 1982. Christopher and Marilyn Dolby 503-985-7161; Fax: 503-985-7876. Email:, www. FIRDALE NURSERY, certified apple r o o t s t o c k s : E M L A . 7 , E M L A . 1 0 6 , EMLA.111, M.9 (337) and BUD 9. Bea - verton, OR. 503-628-2755. CERTIFIED VIRUS FREE M9-T337/ other rootstock for Spring 2018 delivery. Order now while supply lasts. Call Greg Benner, TreeLogic USA, LLC at 509-833- 3486 anytime to reserve your stock! Since 1972. WILLAMETTE NURSERIES offers Oregon-grown, virus-certified fruit tree rootstock, including popular M.9 clones and other dwarf and semi-dwarf varieties, and fruit tree seedlings (apple, cherry, pear & plum). Excellent quality, reasonably priced. Outstanding service. Visit us at www.willamettenurseries. com. Willamette Nurseries, 25571 S. Barlow Rd., Canby, OR 97013. 800-852- 2018, 503-263-6405 E-mail: Willamette@ STAKES / POSTS / POLES QUALITY PAYS — Princeton Wood Pre- servers pressure-treated posts, poles. Quoted by truckload. P.O. Box 1269, Penticton, B.C., V0X 1W0 Plant phone: 250-295-7911; toll free, 877-797-7678. Email: Web: PANHANDLE FOREST PRODUCTS: Quality posts, poles, and stakes. CCA pres- sure-treated, with delivery. Partial loads. 888-289-7678; POSTS, POLES, AND STAKES: Pressure treated in the USA. Various sizes and lengths. Untreated available for organic growers. Jasper Enterprises, Inc., P.O. Box 102, Chattaroy, WA 99003; phone 800-238- 654, or email STEEL APPLE and grape trellis. Cus- tom systems available. Bamboo, treated wood, top of the line quality and service. Online catalog. Wilson Vineyard and Orchard Supply, Yakima, WA. 509-453- 9983, TRELLIS SUPPLIES. Largest manufac- turer direct selection available: Jim's Sup- ply, Euro posts, organic wood, PWP Wood Posts, Davis Wire, ToughStrand Fencing, bamboo and more. 800-653-2216, Ext 1, TREE SPREADERS "V" SPREADERS., 519-599-2299, or John DeMartini, 209-484- 8502 and (western contacts). TRELLIS SUPPLIES TRELLIS SUPPLIES. Largest manufacturer direct selection available: Planting guide- lines, trellis designs and products and more. Visit to download your free copy! WIND MACHINES CHINOOK WIND MACHINES, sales/ ser- vice. All makes, new/used. H.F. Hauff Com- pany, Inc., 509-248-0318. CASCADE WIND MACHINE Service, distrib- utor of Orchard-Rite® wind machines. P.O. Box 9308, Yakima, WA 98909, phone 509- 457-9196; Wenatchee, WA 509-662-2753; British Columbia, 250-495-7245. WIND MACHINE SALES: Sales/service, new and used wind machines. 509-877-2138. CLASSIFIED ADS are $1.29 per word per insertion. Ads up to ten words are charged a minimum of $12.00. Include name, address, and phone number in figuring the cost. Count hy phenated words as two words. Count each initial, abbreviation, symbol, whole number, as one word. State and zip code count as two words. BLIND BOX SERVICE is available for additional $10.00 per issue (plus word count). Re plies forwarded daily, postage paid. STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT, AND CIRCULATION (Required by 39 U.S.C. 3685) 1. Publication title: Good Fruit Grower. 2. Publication No. 575-880. 3. Filing date: September 11, 2017. 4. Issue frequency: Semi-monthly January through May, monthly June through December. 5. Number of issues published annually: 17. 6. Annual subscription price: U.S. subscribers $35.00; Canadian subscribers $85.00; Other foreign subscribers $100.00; Washington State growers $17.50. 7. Complete mailing address of known office of publication: Washington State Fruit Commission, 105 S. 18th St., Ste. 205, Yakima, WA 98901. Contact person: Casey Corr. Telephone: 509-853-3520. 8. Complete mailing address of headquarters or general business office of publisher: Washington State Fruit Commission, 105 S. 18th St., Ste. 205, Yakima, WA 98901. 9. Full names and complete mailing addresses of publisher, editor, and managing editor: Publisher, Washington State Fruit Commission, 105 S. 18th St., Ste. 205, Yakima, WA 98901; Editor: Shannon Dininny, 105 S. 18th St., Ste. 217, Yakima, WA 98901; Managing Editor, Casey Corr, 105 S. 18th St., Ste. 217, Yakima, WA 98901. 10. Owner: Washington State Fruit Commission, 105 S. 18th St., Ste. 205, Yakima, WA 98901. 11. Known bondholders, mortgagees and other security holders owning or holding one percent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, and other securities: None. 12. Tax status (the pur pose, function, and nonprofit status of this organization and the exempt status for federal income tax purposes): Has not changed during preceding 12 months. 13. Publication title: Good Fruit Grower. 14. Issue date for circulation data: September 1, 2017 15. Extent and nature of circulation. A. Total no. copies printed (net press run): *11,156 and **10,542 B. Paid and/or requested circulation: (1) Paid/ requested outside-county mail subscrip - tions: *6,392 and **6,108; (2) Paid in-county mail subscriptions: *1,943 and **1,883; (3) Sales through dealers: *38 and **35; (4) Other classes mailed through USPS: *242 and **225 C. Total paid and/or requested circulation: *8,615 and **8,251. D. Free distribution by mail: (1) Outside-county: *2,026 and **1,982; (2) In-county: *99 and **94; (3) Other classes mailed through USPS: *6 and **5; (4) Outside the mail, carriers or other means: *390 and **190. E. Total free distribution: *2,521 and **2,271. F. Total distribution: *11,136 and **10,522. G. Copies not distributed: *20 and **20. H. Total: *11,156 and **10,542. I. Percent paid and/or requested circulation *77% and **78%. 16. Electronic copy circulation. A. Paid electronic copies: *0 and **0 B. Total paid print copies: *8,615 and **8,251 C. Total print distribution: *11,136 and **10,522 D. Percent paid (both print & electronic copies): *77% and **78% 17. Publication of Statement of Ownership will be printed in the October 1, 2017 issue of this publication. *Average No. copies each issue during preceding 12 months. **No. copies of single issue nearest to filing date. I certify that the statements made by me above are true and complete. O. Casey Corr, Managing Editor

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