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Miracle Fruit Coming to South Florida - Part 2
David Sparks Ph.D.
Fruit Grower ReportOregon State University researchers are testing samples of Oregon wine grapes to try and determine the extent of the damage caused by wildfire smoke.
Fruit Grower ReportWhen it comes to "unusual" wine names, Idiot's Grace could be as tasty as it is creative.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportPVMI, Potato Variety Management Institute, is working to create new and more perfect potatoes.
The Agribusiness UpdateNOAA forecasts a La Nina winter which could mean continued drought for Southwestern states, and low-income Oregon wildfire victims could be eligible for USDA's SNAP-Plus benefits.
Fruit Grower ReportOregon's wine industry is waiting for the results of testing to see if their already diminished wine grape crop has been impacted by wildfire smoke.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportDid global warming play a role in last month's Northwest wildfires? U.W. Atmospheric Sciences professor Cliff Mass says not likely.
Fruit Grower ReportWashington Winegrowers Association executive director Vicky Scharlau talks about the effort being made to help the wine industry protect themselves from wildfire smoke.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportHop harvest is underway in the Northwest and growers are anticipating a pretty good crop in spite of all the challenges.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportU.S. Representative Dan Newhouse says talks are underway to help farmers and ranchers who may have suffered damages from the string of wildfires ravaging the West.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportIn spite of the challenges, hop growers are harvesting their crops for the 2020 season.