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- Regional variation in juice quality characteristics of four cider apple (Malus × domestica Borkh.) cultivars in northwest and central Washington. (PDF), Alexander, T.R., J. King, A. Zimmerman, and C.A. Miles. 2016. HortScience 51(12):1-5.
- Yield, fruit damage, yield loss and juice quality characteristics of machine and hand harvested ‘Brown Snout’ specialty cider apple stored at ambient conditions in northwest Washington (PDF), T. Alexander, J. King, E. Scheenstra, and C.A. Miles. 2016. HortTechnology 26(5):614-619.
- Yield, labor, and fruit and juice quality characteristics of machine and hand-harvested ‘Brown Snout’ specialty cider apple (PDF), Carol A. Miles and Jaqueline King. 2014. HortTechnology 24(5):519-526.
- Evaluation of Varietal Ciders Produced at WSU Mount Vernon NWREC (PDF), A. Zimmerman, J. King, E. Scheenstra, and C. Miles (2016)
- Juice Analysis of Varietal Ciders in Western Washington (PDF), C. Miles, E. Scheenstra, A. Zimmerman, T. Alexander, and J. King. WSU Mount Vernon NWREC. (2016)
- Tree Growth Habit and Tree Characteristics at WSU Mount Vernon NWREC, 2002-2015 (PDF), Carol Miles, Jacky King and Ed Scheenstra (2016)
- Commonly Grown Cider Apple Cultivars In the U.S. (PDF) Twenty of the most common cider apple cultivars planted in cider orchards in different regions of the U.S. are listed. Information was collected from growers and researchers at 12 locations throughout the U.S.
- Hard Cider Nurseries: Tree Sources (PDF)
- Yield and Labor Time for Mechanical and Hand Harvested Cider Apples (PDF), C. Miles, T. Alexander, and S. Galinato, Department of Horticulture, Washington State University Northwestern Washington Research and Extension Center, Mount Vernon, WA; IMPACT Center, School of Economic Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA. Publication Date: September 2016