Stone Fruit Physiology
Summer Cherry Picking Festival on June 30. Take home FREE CHERRIES!
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This research program identifies, and develops pragmatic solutions to, the key factors limiting consistent, sustainable, and profitable stone fruit production. Research efforts study the genetic, horticultural, and physiological components, as well as their interaction. Particular emphasis is given to developing high efficiency sweet cherry orchard systems.
For Washington State farmers, sweet cherries are one of the most profitable commodities to grow. Northwest cherries are renowned for their superb quality and they remain highly sought-after in domestic and, especially, export markets.
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