Warm weather, humidity, and rainfall create favorable conditions for this disease.
North Carolina State researcher reminds growers they need to be proactive with spotted wing drosophila.
Consumers’ interest in health benefits of berries helping to fuel interest in this new berry.
This time it’s a private strawberry breeding company, which says the statewide breeding program has been decimated by UC-Davis.
The product from Helm Agro US is registered to control more than 100 broadleaf, grass, and sedge species.
Growth chambers could be the future of small fruit and vegetable production in space.
Unusual — for strawberries — British retractable roof greenhouse gets top honor from one of the largest retail chains.
Extensive labor standards, on-the-job training, and strong work ethic create upward mobility.
While sweetness might be the top attraction for consumers, a new study found poor texture was their biggest turnoff.
The authors of a recently published study have identified which blueberry cultivars you might want to consider planting in certain soils.
Mechanical harvesters could be more of a necessity than a luxury for many fruit growers.
Follow these tips to ensure your end product is wholesome and pathogen-free.
Multi-site mode of action classified in new group by Fungicide Resistance Action Committee.
National Raspberry & Blackberry Association recognizes Charlie O’Dell at annual conference in Williamsburg, VA.
Learn how to maximize nutrient uptake to ensure strong, healthy yields in your strawberry crop.
State member positions and alternatives sought to fill eight positions for a three-year term.
Growers gather to discuss this season’s lack of proper chill hours, learn about new varieties.