There are plenty of benefits to covered production, including season extension, minimizing fruit rot, and boosting fruit quality.
Harvest still in limbo as judge temporarily stops the Department of Labor from implementing 50% raise.
There is a lot of technology coming to growers, but it’s up to you to get real solutions to your specific problems.
California Fresh Fruit Association has a new leader, and he’s decidedly not shy about sharing the industry’s concerns.
Gary and Stephanie Craft of G and S Orchards make quality and crop diversity a hallmark of their operation.
While China announces more tariffs on U.S. agricultural goods, Japan strikes a deal to take more fruits and vegetables.
Genetic modification gets all the attention, but Florida strawberry breeders are incorporating innovative techniques into traditional plant breeding with great success.
Viticulturists are always looking for the best ways to produce the finest fruit; here’s what American growers can learn from other countries.
The Golden State’s farming sector isn’t appreciated enough for all that it is – and isn’t.
State says label identifying herbicide as carcinogenic will remain despite government agency’s refusal to approve such labels.
Since 1989, American Fruit Grower and Western Fruit Grower magazines have honored influential apple growers such as Grady Auvil, George Lamont, Bill Zirkle, and Ralph Broetje. American and Western Fruit Grower present a look at the winners of this prestigious award.
Nerves on the rise as China rejects all U.S. agricultural goods in retaliation of another round of U.S.-sanctioned tariffs.
Tufted perennial grasses can compete for resources such as nutrients and water and can hamper nut orchard establishment.