3 edition of 1989 estimated costs of reestablishing a pear orchard in the Yakima Valley, Washington found in the catalog.
1989 estimated costs of reestablishing a pear orchard in the Yakima Valley, Washington
by Cooperative Extension, College of Agriculture and Home Ecomomics, Washington State University in Pullman, Wash
|Statement||Herbert Hinman, Brooke Peterson, and Kathleen Williams.|
|Series||Farm business management report, EB -- 1535, Extension bulletin (Washington State University. Cooperative Extension) -- 1535.|
|Contributions||Peterson, Brooke., Williams, Kathleen M., 1951-, Washington State University. Cooperative Extension., United States. Dept. of Agriculture.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||25 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||25|
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ESTIMATED COSTS OF REESTABLISHING A PEAR ORCHARD IN THE YAKIMA VALLEY, WASHINGTON HERBERT HIHMAH1 BROOKE PETERSON, AND KATHLEEN WILLIAMS 1 INTRODUCTION This publication reports on a study estimating the costs of reestablishing a Bartlett pear orchard in the Yakima Valley area of central Washington.
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The higher labor cost, including increased moni- chards were situated in the Yakima Valley (46 or left untreated in apple and pear orchards during – (n. Mating disruption of codling moth: A perspective from the Western United States apple pest management in Yakima Valley, Washington. Entomol. Soc. In a single pear orchard in the.
As with other biological control organisms inhabiting pear orchards of the PaciÞc Northwest, A. antevolens seems often to colonize orchards from native habitats and host plants occurring adjacent.
This research took place in the Lower Yakima Valley of Washington State where an estima people work in agriculture and the primary crops are apples, grapes, pears, cherries, hops, and. Low-density per ha "meso" dispensers loaded with pear ester, ethyl (E,Z)-2,4-decadienoate, kairomone and codlemone, (E,E)-8,dodecadienol, pheromone of codling moth,Cydia pomonella(L)., were.
Costs Per Acre to Establish A Pear Orchard Table 2. Costs Per Acre to Produce Pears The following is a description of some general assumptions pertaining to sample costs to establish a pear orchard and produce pears in Lake County.
The orchard is situated on alluvial bottomland typical of the Scotts Valley region. Property costs $5, " Estimated Cost of Producing Hops in the Yakima Valley, Washington State," Working PapersSchool of Economic Sciences, Washington State University.
Andrew J. Cassey & Suzette P. Galinato & Justin Taylor, Growers will be paid $ per ton for No. 1 Bartlett in$ in and $ inup from $ they received inJay Grandy, manager of the Washington-Oregon Canning Pear. Full text of "Journal of the Entomological Society of British Columbia" See other formats.
Sample costs to establish an apple orchard and produce apples in the Northern San Joaquin Valley are shown in this study.
The study is intended as a guide only, and can be used to make production decisions, determine potential returns, prepare budgets and evaluate production loans.
Practices described are based on theFile Size: 56KB. Big sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata Nuttall) is a long-lived, widespread shrub that characterizes and dominates the shrub or sagebrush steppe, the largest temperate semi-desert ecosystem in North America [1,2].It occurs from southern British Columbia to northern Baja Mexico and from the Dakotas and Nebraska to Washington, Oregon, and California, although its range has been greatly reduced and Author: David G.
James, Lorraine Seymour, Gerry Lauby, Katie Buckley. Valleys of central Washington 10 Intermountain areas of Idaho, Utah, and Colorado 10 Central region 10 Northeastern region 10 Southern region 11 Sites and soils for pear orchards 11 Rootstocks for pears 11 Soil management and cover crops 13 Cultivation 13 Cover crops 13 Valley.
Yakima River Yakima Valley. Cost of establishing and producing sweet cherries in Central Washington in Hinman, Herbert R., ; Watson, John, (Pullman, Washington: Washington State University. Extension. Author of Cost of establishing and producing hops in the Yakima Valley, Washington, Cost of producing apples in central Washington, Gross margins analysis, cost of producing Walla Walla sweet onions in the Walla Walla Valley, cost of establishing an apple orchard, Columbia Basin, Washington, crop enterprise budgets for the Palouse region of Washington and Idaho, Estimated costs.
Sample costs to establish a pear orchard and produce Bartlett pears using sprinkler irrigation, in the North Coast Region, are presented in this study. This study is intended as a guide only, and can be used to make productionFile Size: 2MB. Hinman, Herbert R., (94) Willett, Gayle S. (13) Hoffmann, Thomas R.
(Thomas Roy), (6) Peterson, A. Brooke (Allen Brooke), (6) Griffin, James H. (5.Washington (Wenatchee-Yakima area). Costs were studied on 58 Central Wash ington and 6 Clark County orchards. The first section of this report is about Central Washington orchards.
The Clark County study report begins on page PROCEDURE A random sample was selected from a list of all pear growers in Central Washington. Cost and other.Agricultural estimating and reporting--Washington (State) (10) Agriculture--Forecasting. (6) Sweet cherry--Washington (State) (4) Apple industry--Washington (State.