Washington State researchers grow disease bacteria in the lab for the first time. Find out how.
There are plenty of benefits to covered production, including season extension, minimizing fruit rot, and boosting fruit quality.
Unique product to be available for crops including strawberries, blueberries, and almonds. Find out how it works.
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.
One knock to using beneficial bugs to control plant pests is the manpower to disperse them in the field — but modern tech may provide a solution.
Legislation helps move the needle on licensed acres to the tune of 455% increase over the last year. But how much of that will make it into the ground?
If you haven’t yet had the pleasure of a FDA inspector calling at the farm gate, there’s still time to get all your ducks in a row.
Gary and Stephanie Craft of G and S Orchards make quality and crop diversity a hallmark of their operation.
Researchers at the University of Minnesota are studying growing kiwiberries as a cold-hardy alternative to kiwifruit.
See how predatory insects are helping protect crops the natural way.
Have plans in place now to avoid confusion and calamity caused by storms.
Almanacs extended forecasts predict plenty of ups and downs for the coming season.
While China announces more tariffs on U.S. agricultural goods, Japan strikes a deal to take more fruits and vegetables.
Trade issues loom large, as while production is up this year, exports are way off from the previous year.
Genetic modification gets all the attention, but Florida strawberry breeders are incorporating innovative techniques into traditional plant breeding with great success.