Newsletter Archives

Fall 2012 Harvest Season

As autumn has fallen upon us, we start preparing for our digging season, pulling stakes, spraying trees with fungicides, performing maintenance on machinery and equipment. These are just a few examples of what our crews are doing to get ready for our busy harvest season. By December we are in full swing of digging, grading… Read more »

Things to be Thankful For

Be thankful that you don’t already have everything you desire. If you did, what would there be to look forward to? Be thankful for the mess to clean after a party because it means you have been surrounded by friends and the clothes that fit a little too snug because it means you have enough… Read more »

Summer 2012 Newsletter

The Budders have Arrived! Summer field budding is in full swing with our loyal  budding team of 40 years.   As shown, All Seasons Hackberry is being chip budded for the Spring 2014 one year crop. We have selected All Seasons for it’s uniform crown shape and it’s drought, wind and pollution tolerance. Introducing New Varieties… Kentucky… Read more »

Spring 2012 Newsletter

Spring Has Sprung It has been one challenging weather season following on the heels of a year that sustained 12 recordbreaking weather disasters across the U.S. Here in Oregon, we had snow in mid-March! With winter behind us, we are now preparing our fields for what looks like a good Spring. Field crews are busy… Read more »