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May 21, 2015

Yes it is time to start talking about cherries!
 
It looks like a nice crop similar to last year,  and the weather is also similar so we may grow nice big cherries again.  Fruit is quite dependent on those perfect conditions for setting a crop and growing it to a good size, so far, so good, for the cherries.  As we get closer to harvest they will also be needing dry, calm, mild conditions.  
 
As for the date of harvest we think we are 2 to 3 weeks ahead of our usual harvest and that will put this years harvest around mid June.  I will update this message when we can be more precise.  We begin with Bings and the Thomcinn pie cherries and the Rainiers and Montmorency pie cherries are around a week  later.  Everything depends on weather, if it gets hot everything can just ripen up immediately.
 
In the next few days I will send a test email to make sure I still can send them, for some reason the first ones always seem to be a problem.
 
 

 

Thompson's Farm 9535 Old Naches Hwy,
Naches, WA 98937
 is a family owned farm specializing in tree ripened fruit. The farm is located on the N.E. corner of Naches, WA. located in central Washington 12 miles west of Yakima. 
When visiting the Yakima Valley travel west
 on Hwy 12  to find Naches.
 

Thompson's Farm Market is located on Hwy 12 across from Slims Market in Naches.   Our farm is open for upick  during harvest.  Check the upick section for updates because we harvest off an on all summer.   The farm is located at the end of Shafer.  The address is 9535 Old Naches Hwy. Naches
Truckers Welcome

   I will email you if you want during the 
harvest season with updates on
fruit availability
 
and if you are on the list for cherries you will also get a reminder for other fruits as well
 
during harvest I update this site more frequently than I send the emails so keep an eye on the site things can get a little crazy during the summer

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MARKET IS OPEN FOR SEASON

 

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