Cool weather is blamed for the generally smaller crop across the country; however, tart cherries up nearly 50%.
Senate Farm Bill includes a new program for citrus producers, increased funds for nutrition programs, and the extension of many of the specialty crop provisions that were included in the 2014 Farm Bill.
BMSB has been causing more damage in a fashion that should concern the state’s growers.
New 20% retaliatory tariff is a real blow to Washington’s 1,300-plus growers, who farm almost all the apples the U.S. exports to Mexico.
The invasive pest was initially found in the state earlier this year, but now another first: infiltrating a cultivated crop.
Information collected in the survey will be used to gain a better understanding of the marketing, pricing, and sales strategies currently being used by raspberry and blackberry producers across the U.S. and Canada.
You can hope H-2A lasts forever and bury your head in the sand, but when you pull it out, everyone might be gone.
It might come at you straight out of the blue, like the smartphone, so get ready.
Nat DiBuduo is stepping down as leader of the nation’s biggest association of grape growers, but his spirit will remain.
Past Washington Apple Commission President Steve Lutz to expand PMA Produce Marketing Association’s engagement in Western U.S. and Canada.
One U.S. industry leader says the importation is disturbing because “already notices have been received regarding fruit fly issues in Argentina. We take these seriously and expect producers in other production areas to respect that concern.”
Brian Focht, who has been with several major fruit packer/shippers, will take over “The Marketing Associations” from Bruce Grim.
Isolated reports of problems from freezing temperatures during bloom don’t appear to have a huge impact on overall yields.
Growers urge U.S. Senators Feinstein and Harris to support organic businesses, which employ more than 300,000 Californians.
Coming off what could turn out to be the largest apple crop in U.S. history, the nation’s total number […]
Of course nuts need water — but a new research report says: Almond growers aren’t water wasters.
We need you to restore some dignity, not just to the Oval Office, but the House, the Senate …
Overall, total almond acreage for 2017 was 1.33 million acres, up 7% from the previous year.
State Ag Secretary to join growers Thursday to tell of how tariffs hurt California exports.
Washington State University scientists have created microparticles that could help save honeybees.