In This Issue
If you haven’t started pruning your berries, it’s time you do.
Researchers say the more you know the better when it comes to your soil health and boosting your production.
Bifenthrin, a pyrethroid used in battling such pests as spotted wing drosophila, is undergoing EPA scrutiny.
While agricultural technology has been talked about for a while, it seems like it’s time to put on your seatbelts and prepare for takeoff.
At California State University, Fresno, scientists are studying how drones can save almond growers water — and help them use less labor too.
Armillaria root rot is a death sentence for trees and replant sites; however, researchers are looking to breed fungus-resistant rootstocks to make replanting economically feasible.
Growers in some regions where temperatures don’t get too low could consider the benefits of Southern highbush varieties.
Sonoma County Winegrowers eyes 2019 to become the U.S.’s first completely sustainable wine region.
Yes, there’s an art to agriculture, but its very definition is the science of farming, so you have a deeply rooted connection to scientists.
Don’t underestimate the need for research, as innovation is becoming an urgent necessity for our future.
Thanks to the latest in software technology, real-time decisions can be made with one swipe of your finger.
Trellising study helps growers understand the basics of setting up an orchard infrastructure properly.
I’ve witnessed the rise of primocane-fruiting blackberries, from first selections to integration in the market.
More than 2,000 hives were reported stolen last year from California almond orchards, and growers are cautioned to keep an eye out for unmarked hives.