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 […]
Skylar Rae, is a a new, bicolored cherry variety that is said to have the highest sugar levels […]
Some naturally occurring yeasts may be useful for protecting stone fruits against pathogens that attack after harvest. Scientists […]
Syngenta’s new Broadworks herbicide is the first HPPD inhibitor approved by the EPA in tree nuts, citrus, and […]
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.