Chill hours being sought, but the possibility of a La Niña climate pattern could mean a drier and warmer winter.
Growers in the East and Midwest have noticed the invasive pest feeding on uncompromised fruit.
Researchers are finding a multi-pronged approach to pollinators give both sweet and tart cherry growers the best results.
While the Georgia and South Carolina peach crop is tiny, locally grown peaches are selling for big bucks.
Small farmer Rodney Stackhouse cashes in at 25 farmers’ markets a week by growing 200-plus varieties of stone fruit and empowering a crackerjack staff.
Take a look at what the future has in store for NC-140 Sweet Cherry Canopy Architecture and Rootstock Trials.
While populations are low, it appears invasive pest has recently stumbled upon the state’s peaches and almonds.
Dave Jones, Extension Educator with Michigan State University, says growers are well accustomed to monitoring and thinking ahead.
In spite of the March freeze that devastated growers in the region, one producer says breeding for taste and quality needs to prevail.
Unseasonably wet weather causes outbreak, and growers are warned it can spread to peaches.
This moth has many characteristics that have allowed it to adapt and thrive in many peach and nectarine growing regions.
Floyd Zaiger’s innovative lab extends to the orchard, where he and his kids’ crosses produce some of the world’s most fabulous fruit.
New videos, webinars available during week-long observance.
Follow these tips to prevent the disease next year.
But the tart cherry crop is forecasted to drop nearly one-quarter from 2016.
After the disastrous 2016 bloom, a more normal crop this year has the prune industry back on track.
Research team seeks solutions to protect state’s cherry crop.