New Zealanders rolled out the red carpet for an international delegation to the South and North Islands.
From innovation to cultural practices, there’s a lot to take away from my trip with IFTA to the North and South Islands.
In the past few years, Stark Bro’s Nurseries & Orchards Co. has released ‘Stark Ruby Darling’ and ‘Stark […]
The New York Times reports China has proposed countermeasures to a proposed $60 billion in tariffs from the […]
Whether it’s recovering from a devastating infection, or creating a software platform for detailed benchmarking, tree fruit growing for Kiwis is marked by a “No. 8 wire mentality.”
The litigation relates to the long-awaited ‘Cosmic Crisp’ apple, and was filed to protect WSU’s intellectual property rights.
With a focus on exports, apple breeders are seeking to capture the demand for red color and sweetness, while also hitting marks for storability and shipping.
The apple detective strikes again – this time locating seven more rare or lost varieties.
16 all-star apple varieties tip-off for the third year of the online competition.
With a limited domestic market, Kiwi farmers focus on quality, red color to maximize returns.
Yield estimation, multi-row spraying part of the discussion during IFTA tour; seen as next steps in orchard management.
While availability is widespread in the states, the popular pome fruit is a managed variety for Kiwis.
Jimmy Zingler looks over a young planting of ‘Aztec Fuji’ and says “We’ve put a lot of investment […]
Dormant sprays of herbicide can be a part of resistance management plans.
The third release in the non-browning line, ‘Fuji’ has been approved for planting.
The 2018 class will hit the ground running on March 15 as part of USApple’s Capitol Hill Day.
Kasumin bactericide now labeled for use on apples and pears; cherries and walnuts expected to be OK’d in coming months.