Download WSHA’s New App! – WSHA APP 14

Download WSHA’s New App!– The WSHA App is now available to download! The App has convention information including the 2014 Annual Meeting schedule, exhibitor list, interactive map, updates and more all at your fingertips. There are three ways that you can download the App: 1) Visit the App Store on your mobile smartphone and search ‘WA […]

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Is the Tree Fruit Industry Ripe for Disruption?

A recent article in the Good Fruit Grower by Geraldine Warner, Building for the Apple Boom explained the Apple boom and the exciting news of the expanding industry in Washington. It highlighted the investment in new packing lines, storage facilities and even the planting of trees. It is an exciting time to be part of […]

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Congratulations to WAEF Celebrating 20 Years of Impacting Lives

Washington Apple Education Foundation is one of our favorite organizations. We had a past podcast with Jennifer Witherbee, Washington Tree Fruit Education Scholarships the Executive Director of WAEF where we discussed the scholarships they offered and how to apply for them. WAEF was founded in 1994 by members of Washington’s tree fruit industry with a desire to advance the industry’s charitable work.  Today, […]

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ApRecs will introduce Northwest Wholesale’s Comprehensive Food Safety Documentation System

At the Northwest Wholesale Recertification Meeting, learn how to utilize the Northwest Wholesale resources of GRAS2P and ApRecs with a FREE ApRecs Spray Record System! ApRecs will be presenting and accepting Grower registrations for a free GRAS2P powered ApRecs account at the annual Northwest Wholesale Recertification Programs set for · January 14, 2014, at the […]

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2014 Online Training Session Schedule

ApRecs announces 2014 Online Training Session Schedule for January and February Get Your FREE ApRecs Spray Record System and Never Send Records Again! ApRecs has announced their upcoming online training sessions for the months of January and February. They are accepting online registration at ApRecs.com (http://aprecs.com) under the Support Tab. This comprehensive schedule includes: New […]

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Successful Fruit Storage discussion with Dr. Dirk Kopcke

Dr. Dirk Kopcke is the leader of the Department of Fruit Quality and Fruit Storage at the Esteburg Research Institute in Jork, Germany. Dirk will be speaking at the Washington State Horticulture Annual Meeting this December on Successful Fruit Storage without DPA and New Developments in CA and DCA Storage Technology. The combined Washington State […]

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Gwen Hoheisel discusses the Application Technology Session for the WSHA Annual Meeting

Gwen Hoheisel received her B.S. in Zoology from the University of Maryland and a Master’s in Entomology focusing on IPM and Insect Diversity at Pennsylvania State University. Gwen now works for Washington State University extension with a focus on grapes and tree fruit.  Currently she is focusing on sustainable pest management and application technologies.  Gwen […]

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Gwen Hoheisel of WSU discusses her Session at WSHA Annual Meeting

Gwen Hoheisel received her B.S. in Zoology from the University of Maryland and a Master’s in Entomology focusing on IPM and Insect Diversity at Pennsylvania State University. Gwen now works for Washington State University extension with a focus on grapes and tree fruit.  Currently she is focusing on sustainable pest management and application technologies. An […]

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WSHA 109 th Annual Meeting & NW Hort Expo

This year’s theme is “Is your orchard ready? Preparing your operation for the future.” ApRecs will be exhibiting and look forward to meeting you there. More details will be posted in the upcoming weeks. However, keep your calender open, December 2, 3, and 4th 2013 at the Wenatchee Convention center. Registration can be found at http://www.wahort.org/. An […]

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