Organic apple production among workshop topics.
The Greek philosopher Plato once said, “The beginning is the most important part of the work.” I was […]
While insect believed to have arrived on interstate shipment, growers are encouraged to scout for eggs, signs of populations within New York.
A team of Pacific Northwest researchers has developed a decision-aid tool to improve management of a most destructive pest.
Start planning for a world where there won’t be just a shortage of laborers who helped make America’s tree fruit industry remarkable – there will be virtually zero.
Our editors will be patrolling both sides of the country next week at the Northwest Hort Expo, Great Lakes Expo, and Almond Conference.
A large survey to be conducted this winter to scout for populations possibly established or trying to establish in the state.
VitisGen2 project seeks to breed varieties with powdery mildew resistance that also meet marks for fruit and wine quality.
Traditional fruit from region offers growers in southern Tajikistan a profitable opportunity — particularly when dried for export to foreign markets.
After wreaking havoc on grapevines for 125 years, causing severe wine industry losses, Pierce’s Disease may have finally met its match.
It’s been so long since California enjoyed a super soaker like last year, some growers forgot the rains – though more than welcome – bring challenges.
Most cultivated crops, if not all, are domesticated from their wild relatives. There is no exception in the case of apple.
Developing a few key skills will help you become a more effective member of the management team.
United States Association of Cider Makers offers a look at 10 styles of hard cider in order to create uniform standards.
While it is expected to have little impact on this year’s vintage, researchers are studying smoke taint to understand more of the indicators.
Intuity fungicide from Valent U.S.A. is labeled for grapes, strawberries.
The Midwest Apple Improvement Association builds on its ‘EverCrisp’ success with four new varieties, matching consumer preferences with grower-friendly traits.
Pest management, fertility, and certification information all available in one place.
Taking the steps to properly prepare your sprayer for the offseason will help to reduce costly problems in the spring, says engineer and spray technology expert.
Deadline to apply for program is Dec. 31.