Jimmy Zingler looks over a young planting of ‘Aztec Fuji’ and says “We’ve put a lot of investment […]
The story of Fybr and Monarch Valley Farming is one of collaboration as they built new technology from the ground up.
Research has potential to improve efficiency and quality of fresh market blueberries.
Long-time contributor returns to the South to lead horticulture faculty.
After an unusually wet 2017, Mae Culumber of University of California Cooperative Extension discusses the importance of irrigation scheduling, even during times absent of drought stress.
Webinar looks at native biocontrol agents and parasitic wasps to tackle invasive pest.
Topics include winery establishment considerations, trunk and cordon renewal, using NEWA and more.
Peaches to be packed under Lane Southern Orchards’ label.
The FDA has launched a new FSMA landing page on FDA.gov to help stakeholders more easily access information and resources about […]
New formulation of broad-spectrum bioinsecticide protects against navel orangeworm, Asian citrus psyllid, spotted wing drosophila, and more.
Product available for organic citrus, small fruits, tree crops, vegetables, and vines.
USDA announced $17.5 million in emergency funding has been allocated to stop the spread of the spotted lanternfly (SLF) […]
Dormant sprays of herbicide can be a part of resistance management plans.
Valent U.S.A. LLC announced the label expansion for ReTain plant growth regulator for California in the form of […]
The third release in the non-browning line, ‘Fuji’ has been approved for planting.
Berry grower sees promise with exclusion netting trial.
When it comes to cherry production, there is not a single choice that is the best in every situation.
During this season of resolutions and new opportunities, fellow GenNexters should resolve to further their careers.
Both aspiring and veteran winemakers and grape growers looking to capture growth in a bottle can learn from […]
The downloadable guide is designed to help young farmers understand, apply for microloans.