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Harold Warman Fogle (1918 - 2006)

Dr Harold Warman Fogle
Born in Morgantown, West Virginia, USAmap
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Died at about age 88 in Takoma Park, Montgomery, Maryland, USAmap
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Dr. Fogle was the creator and breeder of the Rainier sweet cherry as well as a number of other fruits from Washington State.

The Rainier sweet cherry is a cross between the Bing and Van cultivars. Harold developed this type in 1952. The fruit skin is yellowish with very sweet yellow insides. They are grown in the Pacific Northwest region. They can be some of the most expensive cherries available.


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