In This Issue
The Washington apple industry’s rapid change is evident during my many trips to the state in the past 20 years.
The 2016 winner, Scott McDougall, largely stopped planting the tried and true, going mostly with exclusive and club varieties – and it paid off.
Wacky weather has kept you on your toes this year, but there’s no sense in trying to prevent the unpreventable.
Being smart about little things, such as occasionally slowing down during almond harvest, can go a long way toward improving public perception – not to mention keeping regulators off your back.
Historically, the establishment of deciduous orchards was typified by planting bare-rooted trees during dormancy. With the advent of technology and …
There’s no silver bullet, but here are several techniques to annoy and deter birds.
Most of the berry, almond, melon, pumpkin, and tree fruit growers surveyed are being careful about how they manage their farms to minimize pesticide impacts and improve bees’ habitats.
One of the more traditional three-dimensional canopies, Tall Spindle Axe data shows consistent early and sustained yields.
Several innovative resources are available to help first-time growers acquire the property they need.