In This Issue
Commodity association veteran believes she has found a home with the Lodi Winegrape Commission.
The loss of table grape berries from their pedicels, or cap stems, during packing, shipping, postharvest storage, or at the …
Moneymakers — that’s what traditional apple varieties such as ‘Fuji,’ ‘Gala,’ and ‘Honeycrisp’ are often referred to in the industry. …
Grape growers see challenges this past growing season.
Despite some unsettling prices in recent years, most growers see a relatively smooth ride ahead.
It’s not just agribusiness to a group of old vine enthusiasts who seek to preserve a part of California winegrape history.
Only in the Northeast, where a wicked frost wiped out many growers’ crops, are there major concerns.
Members of American Fruit Grower and Western Fruit Grower magazines’ Editorial Advisory Board share their thoughts on how things might be shaping up in 2017.
You may be lumped together as ‘Big Agribusiness’ in the consumer media, but we know the truth.
Most growers plan to stay the course this coming year. Many are holding steady, but a healthy percentage plan to ramp up growth.
Our State of the Industry report shows optimism is overflowing.