New study looked at 10 fruit and nut crops, and found that nut growers in particular stand to be penalized heavily, especially almond growers.
Michigan State University will honor Jim Flore and Ron Perry with a day-long symposium on Aug. 24 called […]
Early season variety will be marketed as ‘First Kiss’ within Minnesota and ‘Rave’ by Stemilt.
Learn what can happen and preventative measures you can take to minimize risks in your orchard.
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.
Consumers are showing a strong demand for organic produce, but don’t quit your day job just yet.
Open vase systems may be a grower favorite, but it’s time to look to labor savings and mechanization, say two leading Michigan State University researchers.
Attendees get an up-close look at two hallmarks of British Colombia fruit production — ‘Ambrosia’ and tight super spindle plantings.
Whether we’re on a plane or in an orchard, or even having lunch in their dining room, Phil and Judy Schwallier will treat you like you’re one of their own.
An overwhelming number of submissions were received to nominate Judy and Phil Schwallier for this honor.
Quarantine expands as feared fruit pest is found in county not adjacent to first find in state.
Sensors provide a visual representation of the vineyard and help growers make large-scale decisions.
Almond Alliance hails nearly $2 million in funding for new program to help ensure pollinators’ well-being.
IFTA summer tour-goers learn why Coral Beach Farms goes higher and higher in elevation to push production into the second week of September.
Two young women in the fruit and vegetable industry talk gender stereotypes, attracting female talent, and where agriculture is getting it right.
California officials who call for more natural rivers are putting the state’s growers in jeopardy.
Fruit breeding a hot topic as the International Fruit Tree Association makes first stop at Summerland Research Station in British Columbia.
Nanocrystals, a plant-based solution, was created by Washington State University researchers to protect delicate fruit buds post-bloom.
While the find wasn’t unexpected, the pest’s early emergence in Virginia has surprised local entomologists.
Researchers confirm trap captures of the notorious pest are six times higher this year compared to previous seasons.