Tagged Polar Vortex

Stone FruitPeach Crop Hit By Cold In New York
March 24, 2015
New York grower says orchard tasks are behind due to snow and bitter cold. Read More
Stone FruitHow To Decipher Cold Weather Effects on Peaches
February 24, 2015
Here are some common indicators to look out for if your area experiences a freeze event. Read More
GrapesGrapevine Health Post-Polar Vortex
February 11, 2015
Some vines were a total loss, while others fared relatively well. Experts weigh in on grapevine health in the Northeast and Midwest after an extremely cold 2014. Read More
Apples & PearsCold Winter Took Bite Out Of Minnesota Apple Crop
January 14, 2015
Research scientist with University of Minnesota reported how the 2013 growing season and subsequent winter affected the state’s apple crop. Read More
Stone FruitOhio Peach Growers Hope For A Better Winter This Year
January 6, 2015
State hit hard by polar vortex; growers hopeful weather conditions don’t repeat. Read More
GrapesHow We Got Our Vines Ready For 2015
November 6, 2014
Following these steps helped Midwestern vines recover from winter injury and be ready for the year ahead. Read More
GrapesMichigan Vintners Prepare For Short Crop
October 10, 2014
Severe cold damaged grapevines which resulted in smaller-than-average crop. Read More
GrapesMichigan Conference Focuses On Impact Of Climate Change In Grapes
August 22, 2014
Experts from Michigan State University, Ohio State University, and Northwestern Michigan College to discuss Polar Vortex, technology, and unmanned systems at one-day conference. Read More
GrapesNew York State Assists Grape Growers Hit By Harsh Winter
August 19, 2014
State to open winegrape market to grapes grown outside the state. Read More
BerriesLow Blueberry Yields, Cane Collapse Due To Winter Injury
August 5, 2014
Plants in Northeast, Michigan victims of polar vortex. Read More
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CitrusGroup Food Safety Audits May Help Prepare You For The P…
July 29, 2015
Group food safety audits, slated to be available next spring, may save small- to mid-size growers time and money. Read More
PotatoesPotato Production And The Environmental Component Of Pl…
July 29, 2015
Part of being prepared for unusual weather patterns means being on the lookout for problematic pathogens and other pests. Read More
Farm ManagementUnited Farm Workers Turns Up Heat On California Growers
July 29, 2015
With temperatures soaring into the triple digits, union organizers are focusing on heat illness regulations. Read More
Apples & PearsResearch Is Vital To Keep Asian Apple Export Markets Op…
July 29, 2015
With the large domestic production of U.S. apples in recent years, Asian export markets (China, etc.) are vital. This is Read More
Disease ControlNew Disease Control Tools For Fruit And Nut Growers
July 29, 2015
Apple scab is a big problem for growers in the Midwest and East. But, a new fungicide boasts efficacy against Read More
IrrigationRiver Point Farms Sets Standard For Water Application, …
July 28, 2015
Efficient systems help the Oregon farm, one of the largest onion growers in the U.S., achieve high yields while minimizing water inputs. Read More
Produce aisle leafy greens super market grocery store
Food SafetyLGMA Members Get High Marks In Food Safety  
July 28, 2015
The California Leafy Green Marketing Agreement’s (LGMA) annual report shows the group received the lowest number of citations in its history. Read More
FruitsFruit Grower Tour Held Next Week In New York
July 28, 2015
Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. on Aug. 5 for the 17th annual Wayne County Fruit Grower Tour presented by agr.assistance. Read More
Bill Stoneman
Crop ProtectionFormer BPIA Head Relishes Challenge Of New Consulting R…
July 28, 2015
JET Harvest Solutions taps Bill Stoneman for his bounty of biocontrol experience. Read More
Late blight shown in a tomato
Disease ControlLate Blight Identified In Indiana, Michigan
July 28, 2015
A potato field in Michigan and a potato and tomato field in Indiana have documented the disease. Read More
CitrusNew Director Named For Florida’s Citrus Research And Ed…
July 28, 2015
Michael Rogers takes a positive charge at finding solutions to greening. Read More
ProductionNatural Product Helps Prevent Cherry Cracking
July 28, 2015
Cherry cracking can be devastating to a grower. One day before harvest, everything looks beautiful. Then, it rains, and an entire Read More
UF/IFAS researcher looks after pigs on weed control duty
More VegetablesGot Weeds? Perhaps Pigs Can Help
July 27, 2015
Old-time crop protection method using hogs now being tested by UF/IFAS researchers. Read More
Washington Capitol building
CitrusHouse Passes Bill To Block State GMO Food Labeling Mand…
July 27, 2015
The legislation would offer a federal standard for voluntary labeling of foods containing GMOs.   Read More
Citrus2 Dozen Florida Nurseries Vying For Coveted Cannabis Gr…
July 27, 2015
With only five spots available to produce the low-THC ‘Charlotte’s Web’ strain, tedious review process is in full swing. Read More
Insect & Disease UpdateSecond Case In A Month Of Citrus Greening In California
July 24, 2015
More trees testing positive for disease within close proximity of original find. Read More
CitrusUSDA Expands Crop Insurance Options For Fruit And Nut G…
July 24, 2015
The USDA announced the expansion of crop insurance to provide additional options for fruit and nut producers. The Supplemental Coverage Read More
FFVA 2015 Annual Convention logo
CitrusFlorida Fruit & Vegetable Association Annual Conven…
July 23, 2015
Association's 72nd gathering to feature high-profile speakers, up-to-the-minute Issues Forums, and some fun to mix in with the business of the day. Read More