In This Issue
New tool, developed in California, helps to alleviate labor needs during summer planting season.
With harvest ending, weed control might not be top of mind at a lot of vineyards. But it should be, …
Whether planting on new ground or replanting, sizing up the enemy — nematodes — is a must.
In a region known for spectacular sights, varieties are making their mark, just ask the team at Sawmill Creek Vineyards.
German researchers hope to identify root causes of rain-induced problem.
Extreme cold, droughts, flooding, record-setting temperatures have all been a part of this year’s growing season.
It’s not just the nature of your crops — the genomics — it’s also how they are nurtured.
Growers have become masters at ensuring a steady food supply, but warning, politicians: Ignore them at your peril.
Vineyard manager uses growing systems to control vigor of winegrape varieties.
Growers see increase in infestations due to changes in chemical control programs.
Wenatchee, WA grower honored; only blemish on apple crop is the drought that shrank the harvest in the Northeast.
Learn the steps to protect your farm against major losses.