Growers affected by the recent floods in North and South Carolina can utilize programs from USDA to assist […]
FairWeigh unit is designed to pay pickers for exactly what they pick.
Just one find so far, but an infestation could be disastrous for the U.S. stone fruit industry.
Common among most respondents is the desire for tasty fruit with a melting texture.
“Nobody expected this,” cherry grower Vern Rodighiero told the East Oregonian following a freeze last November. “We’ll just […]
Harris Teeter and its vendor Titan Farms donated more than 34,000 pounds of peaches to North Carolina food […]
We have previously explored orchard cover technologies to modify climatic risks in sweet cherry production, such as rain-cracking […]
Imagine what it’s like to pick a fresh peach off of a tree in an orchard. The smell, […]
Northwest Cherry Growers (NWCG) report a preliminary shipped crop total of 20.52 million boxes. The record for June […]
View Fresh, a modified atmosphere packaging (MAP) system owned by Orchard View Farms of The Dalles, OR, announces the […]
Study helps flush out possible biological control for dreaded fruit pest.
In her latest bulletin for tree fruit growers, Kari Peter of Penn State University Extension says it is easy to […]
People tend to be nostalgic about peach varieties, but the switch of varieties grown by a region happens […]
Cherry cracking can be devastating to a grower. One day before harvest, everything looks beautiful. Then, it rains, and […]
The incidents of fruit rots in both sweet and tart cherries and peaches and nectarines are quite high […]
More than 1,000 people have been forced to evacuate as a fast-moving wildfire swept into Wenatchee, WA, on […]
Peach trees and cold temperatures don’t mix. Just ask growers in the Midwest and East as they are […]