‘Bing’ growers experiencing low crop set.
Preliminary figures indicate a crop larger than 2015, and potential early harvest.
So far, 2015 is not treating the Pacific Northwest tree fruit industry all that well. We knew the […]
The Pacific Northwest tree fruit industry is ready for climate change. That is not saying we welcome its inevitable […]
Winner presented painting at Washington State Horticultural Association’s 110th annual meeting in December.
Demand growing as researchers explore the possibilities of mechanical harvesting.
Pacific Maritime Association is accusing union of intentional work slowdown.
Multi-Peril Crop Insurance policyholders may be approved for extension of coverage due to warm autumn.
Producers, especially those recently affected by fires and weather-related damage in Pacific Northwest, should give notice within 72 hours of discovery of damage.
Black leg, light leaf spot, and white leaf spot were discovered in Oregon fields according to reports from Washington State University.
Washington and Oregon pear growers expect dip from last year’s limb-breaker.
The white apple leafhopper is the most common leafhopper found on apples in the Pacific Northwest. Until it […]