Apple industry--British Columbia

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Agriculture today : [items and out-takes]

Television items. Apples -- peeling and handling machinery, test-baking, canning. Home-preserving pears and green beans. Ripening green tomatoes. Irrigation system with sprinklers. Dammed lake, irrigation works (dam, canal, flumes, etc.) of Bla...

Agriculture today : [items and out-takes]

Television items. Picking apples; filling bins; bins to fruit processing plant. Apple juice production: floating, selecting, pulping, pressing, treatment, concentrating juice. Peeling and coring of apples; slicing; making apple sauce. Pressing ...

Agriculture today : [items and out-takes]

Television items. Fruit processing section of the Summerland research station; "hydro freezing" process. Apple processing at plant in Summerland. Canning line. Tree surgery. Fairview Orchards, Cawston, B.C. Young trees and orchard vi...

Agriculture today : [items and out-takes]

Television items. Adjusting the branches of fruit trees. Apple picking. Orchard scenes. Pruning young trees to control growth. Irrigation. Old fruit trees. Supporting fruit-laden branches. Apple bins. Stacking hay bales. Clearing land for ...

Agriculture today : [items and out-takes]

Television items. Detecting and controlling pear psylla and cherry fruit fly in gardens and orchards. Manufacture of specially-treated panels at Venture Training Centre, a sheltered workshop in Vernon. Use of panels to traps insects in orchards....

Agriculture today : [items and out-takes]

Television items. A man tells his retirement story and talks about his gardening and horticultural activities. Works on growing smaller fruit trees. No insecticides used. Grass growing in the orchard. His role in regaining U.S. market for B.C. ...

Destination : Hong Kong

Documentary. "As the affluence of the Far East continues to grow, new markets are opening up for B.C. produce. Over 50 percent of B.C.'s apple exports go to Hong Kong. An experiment flying B.C. cherries to Hong Kong is being carried ou...

Ronald Helmer interview

CALL NUMBER: T1072:0001 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1963-02-28 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Mr. Ronald Helmer talks about agriculture and life in the Okanagan, 1900 to 1910. He explains how he came to Canada; incidents on the train; his arrival in the Ok...

W. Alister Cameron interview

RECORDED: [location unknown], 1965-11-06 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Mr. W. Alister Cameron talks about life in Kelowna and in the area, 1903 to 1920. He describes his family background; his first impressions of Kelowna in 1903; the family orchard; early d...

[Parry Films Ltd. -- miscellaneous library footage]

Stock shots. Compiled from the outs of sundry Parry productions, these rolls include footage of cannery operations, cattle ranching, farming, fishing, a foundry, logging, pipe laying, powerhouse and power line construction (Kemano), sawmilling and...