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.
The final intensive training system to be examined in the North American NC-140 Sweet Cherry Canopy Architecture and […]
After a mild winter and relatively uneventful bloom time, the crop is setting up nicely for the region.
Spring freeze, not enough chill hours make for a tough growing season.
With a few years of experience with more is understood about little cherry disease, however, few unknowns remain.
While diversity in species gives the consumer many options, plums can be a challenge for growers and marketers.
Freeze protection tactics prove fruitful as local producers look to gain from Georgia’s loss.
Peaches and berries in bloom most at risk from freezing temperatures.
Snack-sized fruit presents unique marketing opportunity for growers.
Armillaria root rot is a death sentence for trees and replant sites; however, researchers are looking to breed fungus-resistant rootstocks to make replanting economically feasible.
Minecto Pro from Syngenta has received EPA approval for use in specialty and vegetable crops to control lepidopteran and other pests.
Last year trees netted almost 700 chill hours; however, Extension agent expects that figure to drop to 600 hours this year.