Team aims to develop tools to predict, detect microbes in stored apples and pears.
Meanwhile, the nation’s dominant producer, Washington, revised its crop estimate upward.
Educational video illustrates how and why new varieties are developed.
The Apple Store in Green Bay, WI, fields calls about technical support or new releases.
While tree availability has been a challenge, you may find other options give you a similar result.
Armed with a $3.7 million grant, North Carolina State University researchers have the brown marmorated stink bug, which has been found in 43 states, in their cross hairs.
Consumers may want the latest and greatest varieties, but don’t forget there are some consumers – like me – who enjoy traditional varieties you may be considering ripping out.
Wet fall weather has washed off plant protection materials, leaving fruit susceptible.
The Northwest Farm Credit Services has released its quarterly Market Snapshot publications that look at the state of major agricultural commodities in the Northwest, including apples, cherries, onions, pears, and potatoes.
Amy Irish-Brown of Michigan State University Extension offers helpful tips for growers to help prioritize any lulls in harvest season.
University of Minnesota apple variety will be grown and packed exclusively by Stemilt.
Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service announces deregulation of third non-browning apple released from Canadian company.
With early harvests, Randy Beaudry of Michigan State University says temperature monitoring is a must.
The Washington Apple Education Foundation (WAEF) contest, sponsored by Dow AgroSciences, was won by 2016 Sunnyside High School graduate Esteban Garibay.
Program seeks school programs to fund through donations made during campaign, boost apple consumption.
A network of farmers focused on finding the most ecological way to grow fruit in the Northeast have […]
APHIS releases determination to extend deregulation to third release from Okanagan Specialty Fruits.