Global cherry growers check out new tech at WSU field day

Researchers at Washington State University's Center for Precision and Automated Agricultural Systems demonstrated new tools at the school's annual cherry field day Thursday, including a prototype of a harvest tool aimed at improving efficiency in picking the labor-intensive crop. Washington is the country's biggest producer of sweet cherries, and researchers are working on new varieties that would work with mechanical harvesting tools.

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Tri-City Herald (Kennewick, Pasco and Richland, Wash.)

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