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Published August 08, 2011, 12:00 AM

fruit researchers


Kathy Wiederholt, fruit project manager at the Carrington (N.D.) Research Extension Center, is working to develop these table grapes of the bluebell variety. (Jonathan Knutson / Agweek)

  • Kathy Wiederholt, fruit project manager at the Carrington (N.D.) Research Extension Center, is working to develop these table grapes of the bluebell variety. (Jonathan Knutson / Agweek)
  • The Carrington (N.D.) Research Extension Center has been testing northern-hardy fruit varieties since 2006. (Jonathan Knutson / Agweek)
  • These are young Haraldred apples at the Carrington (N.D.) Research Extension Center. (Jonathan Knutson / Agweek)
  • Kathy Wiederholt. fruit project manager at the Carrington (N.D.) Research Extension Center, checks the bird netting that protects juneberries. (Jonathan Knutson / Agweek)
  • These white currants, of the blanka variety, are part of ongoing research at the Carrington (N.D.) Research Extension Center. (Jonathan Knutson / Agweek)
  • Kathy Wiederholt, fruit project manager at the Carrington (N.D.) Research Extension Center, tests the sugar content of a haskap berry with a refractometer. (Jonathan Knutson / Agweek)