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Concord grape production costs in Washington

Daniel Lee Fagerlie

Concord grape production costs in Washington

by Daniel Lee Fagerlie

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Published by Cooperative Extension, College of Agriculture, Washington State University in Pullman .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Grapes,
  • Viticulture -- Washington (State) -- Economic aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Daniel L. Fagerlie & Raymond J. Folwell.
    SeriesFarm business management reports, Extension mimeo -- 4561., Extension mimeo (Washington State University. Cooperative Extension) -- 4561.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination12 p.
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17610462M
    OCLC/WorldCa41797270

    Concord is the most famous American grape, described by Horace Greeley as "the grape for the millions" with vigorous, hardy and productive vines that produce medium-sized clusters bearing large blue-black berries. Concord grapes are tough skinned, flavorful and highly aromatic - an all purpose grape used to make grape jelly, juice, and grape flavored soft drinks. Prices turn sour for Concord grapes. The Yakima Valley in Central Washington is the country's top producer of Concord grapes, which are used to make juice, jam and jelly. It costs him.

    Concord, MA. Concord is the home of the Concord grape and to our world headquarters of approximately professionals who work in sales, marketing, international, global ingredients, licensing, grape food, supply chain, finance, information technology, legal, and human resources. An attractive, productive and vigorous variety with large, sweet and juicy slip-skin berries. Niagara is the leading green grape grown in the United States and is used as a table grape, for juices and sweet wines. Ranks below Concord in cold hardiness and ripens somewhat earlier.

    The economic cost of GRBD was estimated to range from $/ha in eastern Washington, when disease onset occurs at a low initial infection level and there is a low price penalty, to $68,/ha in. Art den Hoed, Sunnyside, Wash., farmer, looks at his Concord grapes Aug. Den Hoed will begin harvesting in September. He expects an above-average crop, but said prices are too low for the cost.


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Concord grape production costs in Washington by Daniel Lee Fagerlie Download PDF EPUB FB2

Establishment and Production Costs for Washington Concord Grapes EB - available for download in pdf format. Authors: Trent, Ball, Raymond J. Folwell, Jack Watson, & Markus Keller Washington State is the leading producer of Concord grapes, supplying more than half of the U.S.

total. CONCORD GRAPE ESTABLISHMENT AND. PRODUCTION COSTS IN WASHINGTON, by A F. Aegerter and R J. Folwell INTRODUCTION Washington is the leading state in Concord grape production, and accounts for more than 50 percent of the US.

production (Washington Grape Report, Janu ). Since the. The cash price and production of Concord grapes for Washington from – can be seen in Figure 1. The average cash price for 16 brix Concord grapes reached its highest level inat $ per ton.

Since then, the average cash price has consistently declined while the production has trended by: 7. But it’s still far from the surge in demand seen for the crop inwhich raised the cash price to $ a ton. The biggest buyers of Washington juice grapes are Welch’s, Smucker’s, Milne Fruit, Tree Top, FruitSmart and Valley Processing.

The Washington Grape Crush Report, released by the Washington State Wine Commission last month, indicates that the crush was down by 43, tons, a 16% decline from the record harvest. Nevertheless, thetons crushed places it in a tie with for the second largest crush ever.

Crop Enterprise Budgets. Grapes: Concord Grape Establishment and Production Costs in Washington, (EB) Aegerter, Folwell: pdf: Hops: Estimated Cost of Establishing and Producing Hops in the Pacific Northwest (TB38) Galinato, Tozer.

Concord Grape Growing Tips. Concord grapes (Vitis labrusca "Concord") are grown in backyards across U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zones 5 through 8 because of their rich taste, texture. costs for wineries with annual case production of 2, 5, 10, 15, and 20 thousand cases (one case is 12 bottles of ml capacity).

The economic-engineering approach was used along with Washington winery survey data to develop a standard while avoiding the problem of variation among existing wineries.

From these early arbors, fame of Mr. Bull’s (“the father of the Concord grape”) Concord grape spread world-wide, bringing him up to $1, a cutting, but he died a relatively poor man. The inscription on his tombstone states, “He sowed--others reaped.”. W farms and 15 million acres of farmland, Washington State is known the world over for its agricultural products and food production capabilities.

Our agriculture sector is responsible for producing different crops, ranking second in the of the reason for our success is our diverse geography and varied microclimates, from the warm, rolling plains that stretch for.

Grape prices were headed down to the low $per-ton range, while costs were running $1, an acre. “There was no prospect of better prices, so the solution needed to be higher yields,” he said.

In the past, “American grapes” meant something like “Concord”, which is fine for cooked juice, but fair to poor for many other uses. And Concord has (gasp) seeds. Some California-style table grapes like Perlette and Flame ripen in the Northwest, but most get powdery mildew, and the fruit often cracks and rots in our wet fall weather.

The Concord grape is a cultivar derived from the grape species Vitis labrusca (also called fox grape) that are used as table grapes, wine grapes and juice grapes. They are often used to make grape jelly, grape juice, grape pies, grape-flavored soft drinks, and grape is sometimes used to make wine, particularly kosher ionally, most commercially produced Concord wines have.

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America's Favorite Grape The Concord is the number one grape for sweet, tangy juice and nutritious snacking These mid-season concords are deep purple, rich and sweet.

They're good for you too. Filled with anti-oxidants, they're a healthy snack you'll be proud to eat and serve to your family. You'll receive such a large bounty, you'll have enough to make jelly or juice throughout the year /5(31).

About Us. The Concord Grape Association represents Concord grape processors and manufacturers of products made from Concord grapes. The organization operates as the Concord Grape Section under the umbrella of the Juice Products Association (JPA), which represents the juice and juice products industry in the U.S.

and overseas. Concord Grape Section members process more than 90% of the Concord. The PNW, which includes Washington, Oregon, and Idaho, acres of grapes with a farm gate value of over $, Washington State ranks second in the nation for production of premium wine and first in Concord grape juice.

The output of Washington’s dairies is impressive: the state ranks 10th in total U.S. milk production and 4th highest in milk production per cow.

Food processing Though Washington state is known for advanced technology and airplane production, the number of people working in both the growing and food processing industries surpassesTable Grape Varieties Himrod, Interlaken, Lakemont, etc.

71 Vine Sources Nurseries 74 Vineyard Supply Sources 75 Cost Estimates Vineyard Establishment Costs 78 Vineyard Production Costs 79 Useful Books and Publications Books and Publications 80 Viticulture Trade Magazines 82 Resources on the Internet 82 (The print version includes Cornell File Size: KB.

Washington is the nation’s leading Concord juice grape producer, representing about 42 percent of U.S. production. Other U.S. growing regions — Michigan, New York and Pennsylvania — also expect large crops, putting the nation’s tonnage at abouttons, the fourth largest in.

COST OF ESTABLISHMENT AND PRODUCTION OF COLD HARDY GRAPES IN THE CHAUTAUQUA REGION OF NEW YORK, Dayea Oh, Sogol Kananizadeh, Miguel I. Gómez, Kevin Martin Introduction The Chautauqua County, located in the southwestern corner of New York State, is the weternmost of the state’s Size: KB.Concord grape vines provide a well filled clusters of glossy, round, bluish-black berries.

The Concord grape flesh is green, pulpy flesh with excellent, distinctive sweet flavor that virtually identifies bottled grape juice. Concord grapes are also highly regarded as a pie grape Missing: Washington.Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http Author: Daniel L.

Fagerlie and Raymond J. Folwell.