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  1. 41% Program Will Focus On Fruit Tree Issues
    Date: May 29, 2005
    Source: Reading Eagle/Reading Times

    "A southeast Pennsylvania twilight meeting on fruit trees will take place June 2 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Weaver's Orchard, Robeson Township. Pennsylvania State University representatives will give an insect update and advice and training on pruning."

  2. 41% Inoculation Done At The Arboretum At Penn State Brings Blight-resistant Chestnut Trees One Step Closer To Reality
    Date: June 15, 2005
    Source: Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences

    "UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- As he helped administer the fungus that causes chestnut blight to more than 200 young hybrid trees in the seed orchard in The Arboretum at Penn State on June 8 -- a huge step in the process of developing a blight-resistant American chestnut tree -- Tim Phelps admits he felt a twinge of doubt."

  3. 41% Farmers Say Government Subsidies Crucial To Keeping Industry Alive
    Date: September 12, 2005
    Source: Reading Eagle/Reading Times

    "Federal programs pay out millions each year to help keep local agriculture afloat. Henry and Torrie Frecon pay about $5,000 per year to insure the crops they harvest from their 130-acre orchard in Colebrookdale and Douglass townships."

  4. 41% Colony Collapse Disorder: What Can We Expect This Growing Season?
    Date: April 01, 2008
    Source: The Beaver County Times

    "A year ago, Beaver County’s beekeepers and orchard owners fretted over a regional phenomenon that had started to manifest itself locally: a mysterious drop in the numbers of honeybees, which are crucial to the growth of produce."

  5. 41% Colony Collapse Disorder: What Can We Expect This Growing Season?
    Date: April 02, 2008
    Source: The Beaver County Times

    "A year ago, Beaver County’s beekeepers and orchard owners fretted over a regional phenomenon that had started to manifest itself locally: a mysterious drop in the numbers of honeybees, which are crucial to the growth of produce."

  6. 41% Colony Collapse Disorder: What Can We Expect This Growing Season?
    Date: April 07, 2008
    Source: The Beaver County Times

    "A year ago, Beaver County’s beekeepers and orchard owners fretted over a regional phenomenon that had started to manifest itself locally: a mysterious drop in the numbers of honeybees, which are crucial to the growth of produce."

  7. 41% Colony Collapse Disorder: What Can We Expect This Growing Season?
    Date: April 12, 2008
    Source: The Beaver County Times

    "A year ago, Beaver County’s beekeepers and orchard owners fretted over a regional phenomenon that had started to manifest itself locally: a mysterious drop in the numbers of honeybees, which are crucial to the growth of produce."

  8. 41% Colony Collapse Disorder: What Can We Expect This Growing Season?
    Date: April 13, 2008
    Source: The Beaver County Times

    "A year ago, Beaver County’s beekeepers and orchard owners fretted over a regional phenomenon that had started to manifest itself locally: a mysterious drop in the numbers of honeybees, which are crucial to the growth of produce."

  9. 41% Region's Cherry Crop Takes Hit
    Date: June 18, 2008
    Source: Traverse City Record-Eagle

    "Shredded leaves and thousands of tiny, pock-marked cherries littered the ground as orchard manager Greg Williams surveyed the damage to rows of tart and sweet cherry trees."

  10. 41% Here's Why There Is No Systematic Testing
    Date: October 15, 2008
    Source: Yakima Herald-Republic

    "With hundreds of square miles of irrigated farmland, the Lower Yakima Valley yields a bounty of fruit, hops, corn, hay and other crops. Tourists come to taste the wine and enjoy orchard-dotted vistas that have been compared to the Napa Valley, even Tuscany."

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