“(The trouble of) 2015 was to a large degree my fault. We had the nicest spring early […]
=New York Apple Growers (NYAG) has changed its name to Crunch Time Apple Growers. The organization is comprised […]
Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. on Aug. 5 for the 17th annual Wayne County Fruit Grower Tour presented […]
The Cornell Cooperative Extension, Lake Ontario Fruit Program team will present the first summer fruit tour for Spanish-speaking […]
New York grower says orchard tasks are behind due to snow and bitter cold.
Growers seek to plant stone fruit trees on 15,000 acres of affected land.
The B.E.V. grape and wine industry workshop and trade show will take place Feb. 26-28 in Henrietta, NY.
Management tips, early warning signs, and pest biology are among topics discussed at one-day events.
More than 10,000 tons of juice grapes are abandoned because of too much production and no market.
If tariff is reduced, exporters could buy more; would help alleviate surplus grape supply.
Choosing the right variety can have a huge impact on the flavors of hard cider.
Researchers offer suggestions of what to watch out for before planting heirloom or European hard cider varieties.
Wafler Nursery of Walcott, NY, offers a new Honeycrisp cross, McIntosh sport, early Gala, and more.
Cornell researcher recommends several methods to combat epidemics.
Anna Wallis joins Eastern New York commercial horticulture program.
Cornell Cooperative Extension-sponsored event to showcase the best practices in Orleans And Niagara Counties.
For Dan LaGasse and Scott VanDeWalle, their partnership forged in steel creates efficiencies and drives profits.