Producers and researchers left to regroup and strategize in the wake of extreme weather event.
Certification may be impractical, but this buzzworthy endeavor looks to be viable.
There are lots of ways to educate these days. Jon Clements was an early adaptor of using video to spread the word. More should join in.
Growers have several ways to stop feathered foes from damaging berry plants, some more costly than others.
See how Penn State researchers are lending a mechanical hand for preharvest tasks.
Unless it’s a wet season, biological treatments can hold their own against conventional offerings.
A collaboration state of mind helps put shine on this year’s Apple Grower of the Year Award recipients.
Producers can take their pick in the battle against weeds.
Equipment arriving through the pipeline aims to address irrigation problems for growers as early and efficiently as possible.
Equipment manufacturers stress timeliness, efficiency to combat rising temperatures, and minimal moisture.
Hopefully, the worst of pandemic-related problems are behind us. But until then, there’s still some heavy lifting to do — splinters and all.
Good news for berry growers as unique pest control formulation is thus far effective at very low rates and relatively shorter periods of time.
Declaring June ‘Blackberry Month in Arkansas,” politician credits the fruit breeder for dedicating his career to producing tasty, thornless varieties.
See how manufacturers are mixing up chemistries and suggesting a heavy rotation.