Marvin Sundquist, the retired owner of Sundquist Fruit and Cold Storage, died on Aug. 29 at the age […]
Jim McFerson, former manager at the Washington Tree Fruit Research Commission, takes over at the Washington State University Tree Fruit Research and Extension Center.
Todd Snyder, the third generation of Snyders to run C&O Nursery, was recently named president and CEO of […]
According to a news story in the Yakima News Herald, the state Supreme Court of Washington unanimously […]
More than 1,000 people have been forced to evacuate as a fast-moving wildfire swept into Wenatchee, WA, on […]
Registration is now open for the International Fruit Tree Association’s (IFTA) 2015 Regional Study Tour. This registration includes […]
Cherry harvest is off to an early start in the Pacific Northwest reports the Tri-City Herald thanks to […]
More than 1,600 attend; banquet attendance is up by nearly 100.
Choosing the right variety can have a huge impact on the flavors of hard cider.
Washington State University wins national recognition for water-conservation grape research.
Physiological disorder manifested due to unusually hot and sunny summer.
A total of 24 growers in the state will be the first to grow the Cosmic Crisp, previously known as WA 38.
Approximately 23.5 million boxes of cherries were sold during season.
Higher wholesale prices offered as means to boost canning pear acres.
Washington’s Stemilt Growers introduces Rushing Rivers as its new pear label.
Washington State Fruit Commission anticipates an extra sweet season for peaches, apricots, nectarines, and plums thanks to ideal early summer climate conditions.
Big things are expected of the new variety formerly known as WA 38.