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TITLE : Tree Top Creating A Fruit Revolution

Book review in the september 10 1951 issue of life magazine is a picture of a bulldozer mounding apples in the yakima dump seven acres of apples worth 6 million dollars rotted as pigs rooted through them the result of failing foreign markets and high tariffsnote citations are based on reference standards however formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or studybcher whlen sie die abteilung aus in der sie suchen mchtentree top creating a fruit revolution david h stratton on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers in mid 1900s washington most orchardists grew apples for the fresh fruit trade and had little access to markets for their low grade leftovers immense piles of culls were left to rot or dumped into landfills or the columbia river watch tree top creating a fruit revolution jessewolfe126 on dailymotion

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