In This Issue
The new technology of fruit growing may not be what we expected. In fact, it’s likely more than we imagined.
Above average rainfall has created the perfect environment for growth.
While diversity in species gives the consumer many options, plums can be a challenge for growers and marketers.
An economist and a plant pathologist team up to help growers understand the threshold for action when a vine is diagnosed with the virus.
Some of my fondest memories on the road are at IFTA conferences.
With millions of trees going into PNW orchards, Washington State growers are betting big on ‘Cosmic Crisp’. The shift in varieties planted and more took center stage when the International Fruit Tree’s Annual Conference met in Wenatchee, WA.
Editor’s note: Spencer Cooper joined the Almond Board of California last fall as Senior Manager, Irrigation and Water Efficiency. Western …
Entomologist in Kentucky uses social media for pest updates, trap catches.
‘Crunch-A-Bunch’ is an early ‘GoldRush’ and ‘Bakers Delight’ is a secret ingredient for baking.
In parts of California, almond growers have recently become concerned about Ganoderma root and butt rot. To put this concern …