Last year, disease levels were very low in the cling peach growing districts of California. Still, several diseases […]
Cherry harvest is off to an early start in the Pacific Northwest reports the Tri-City Herald thanks to […]
Summer is here, which means harvest season is just around the corner. Hopefully you’ll have the crews you […]
Kari Peter of Penn State University Extension warned growers of possible apple scab and fire blight infections following […]
Michigan State University (MSU) will hold a field day on June 23 at Clarksville Research Center, 9302 Portland […]
There are several options to consider when deciding to protect against crop losses from rain.
With Governor Jerry Brown’s announcement of mandatory use reductions, the general public in California is getting a wake-up […]
Product designed as alternative for nut and stone fruit growers with concerns about MRLs.
Snow and cold temperatures threatened tart cherries already in full bloom.
Biofilm, developed at Oregon State University, protects fruit from rain-related losses.
Blooming trees hurt by freezing temperatures; some growers suffered significant loses.
Cherry and grape growers use wind machines, irrigation to protect early blooms and buds from freezing temperatures.
Variation of soils around the Sunshine State make quenching the thirst of this stone fruit tricky.
Plastic coverings, sprinklers used to keep crops warm with consecutive nights of low temperatures.
New York grower says orchard tasks are behind due to snow and bitter cold.
Growers seek to plant stone fruit trees on 15,000 acres of affected land.
Although pedestrian, ladderless orchards are increasing in California, growers in Pennsylvania are opting for tall V-training systems.