Chinese government reportedly agrees to buy more U.S. energy and agricultural commodities, but joint statement released does not provide exact details.
Decision in Washington impacts $10 billion agricultural industry and more than 100,000 fieldworkers in the state.
Country now screening all fresh batches for disease and rot; imports waiting up to a week in quarantine.
The needs continue to grow while the pool from which to draw from continues to dwindle. All the while, fresh fruit needs to be picked.
Taking a balanced ecosystem approach to vineyard production can give your organic orchards a leg up.
National Institute of Food and Agriculture seeks projects that will increase agricultural productivity, protect yield loses and reduce food-borne diseases.
The use of gibberellic acid can help reduce loses from freeze damage.
Research, marketing seeks to help bolster grape’s production.
State officials say agents aggressive actions violate constitutional rights and have “left many farm families fearful and angry.”
Spotted lanternfly has been found in commercial apple orchards.
Grape growers in the state are encouraged to fill out a survey to help shape research program.
Soil-nesting wasp could be natural enemy of brown marmorated stink bug.
Following string of cold temperatures, county’s almond orchards suffered up to 49% loss.
While it’s easy to write about labor from your perspective, here are a couple of things H-2A workers would like you to know.
The lack of labor can bite you when you least expect it, but planning ahead and avoiding some mistakes can help you transition more smoothly to the legal guest worker program.
Draft of New York’s plan intends to minimize introduction, establishment, and spread of species throughout the state.
Apple scab, powdery mildew can occur at this time, as rain is in the forecast.
Botanical-based product provides knock-down control of insects, mites, powdery mildew, and botrytis.
More than $1 million in industry-funded research will address vineyard and winery challenges by the Washington State Wine Commission.
NEWA IPM Monitoring from Cornell now available for growers in the Keystone state this year.