In This Issue
Use this practical precision pruning exercise to help you and your employees.
In the high desert of Arizona grows the world’s biggest viticulture laboratory.
Like it or not, technology is going to have a dramatic effect on fruit growing over the next few years.
While new formulas of herbicides are released in conjunction with herbicide-tolerant corn, cotton, and soybean varieties to reduce risk of drift and crop injury, winegrape growers worry some row crop farmers will opt for older formulations.
Companies who point out the absence of GMOs can hurt may hurt the produce industry as a whole.
Fruiting walls can help tame the vigor of early cropping systems.
Biocontrols, nutrition, and new varieties are also among the hot topics discussed at the annual berry meeting.
Follow these tips to determine how much fence you’ll need.
Crop advisers need to step up to the plate and help growers comply with Food Safety Modernization Act – especially onerous ag water mandates.
The event is all about bringing growers and suppliers together to solve problems.