White-flesh Mica nectarines are the first stop during the orchard tour.
Kellee Harris, Jeannine Martin and Jeff Warkentin with Giumarra look at Mica nectarines.
Crate with freshly picked Mica nectarines from Giumarra's DulceVida program.
The fruit with the sugar spots tends to have the best flavor, according to John Tiesen with Giumarra.
Proudly showing Mica nectarines that were just harvested.
Jeff Warkentin with Giumarra is happy with the first harvest of Mica nectarines.
It doesn't get any fresher than this.
The workers are finishing up picking for the day.
Just picked and ready to hit cold storage.
Nectarines leaving the field.
Overview of nectarine trees that grow the Mica variety. These trees are three years old.
Kellee Harris, Jeannine Martin and Jeff Warkentin with Giumarra looking at numbered variety 95091 that will be harvested towards the end of this week.
White-flesh nectarine variety 95091 that is not quite ready to be harvested.
Giumarra team members (from left to right) Miguel Beltran, Kellee Harris, Alex Marriott, Matt Ruegge, Araceli Velazquez and Jeannine Martin.
New clamshell packaging for Dulce Vida nectarines.