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Fruit Grower ReportEastern Washington's frigid winter could help keep SWD at bay for Cherry growers
Fruit Grower ReportEastern Washington's Winter Temps could help with SWD problem
Fruit Grower ReportMore today on the Spotted Winged Drosophila and another devastating pest.
Fruit Grower ReportEntomologists are warming wine grape growers to be on the lookout for the Spotted Winged Drosophila.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportLast year Northwest Cherries shipped 330 thousand boxes into Australia.
Fruit Grower ReportIt was inevitable but the first cherry fruit fly and the spotted winged drosophila have been found.
Fruit Grower ReportFruit growers continue to monitor and manage the onslaught of the spotted winged fruit fly.
Fruit Grower ReportWe have been taking a look at an effort by Oregon State University to accrue information while tracking the progress of the Spotted Winged Drosophila fruit fly.
Fruit Grower ReportIt's a mighty big name for something as small as a fruit fly. The Spotted Winged Drosophila or SWD is the cause for much consternation among ag producers in the NW.
Fruit Grower ReportOregon State is asking for vineyard owners to assist in trapping fruit flies.
Fruit Grower ReportPart 2 of our report on the new threat to the fruit industry.
Fruit Grower ReportFruit growers in the NW have a new pest to deal with and it's has been getting quite a lot of attention.
Fruit Grower ReportA new invasive fruit pest has been discovered on the West coast and fruit growers need to keep their eyes open