Final day of International Fruit Tree Association’s Ontario Summer Tour in Canada featured a discussion of unexplained tree loss, innovation out of necessity, and entertaining consumers.
European style orchard plantings, new planting techniques, multileaders, and precision apple thinning are all topics during the International Fruit Tree Association’s summer tour in Ontario.
Wild weather and the fight over fungicides among hot topics during International Fruit Tree Association Summer Tour in Canada.
Research shows benefits to shade cloth in preventing sunburn and increasing fruit quality.
Kate Evans, who managed the release of the highly anticipated apple variety, replaces Jim McFerson as Director of the tree fruit research facility.
New restrictions take a chunk out of growing markets say apple, walnut, and almond stakeholders.
With the malady running rampant across the U.S., transitioning to high-density plantings can be a scary thought. Here’s what one team is doing.
Roger Way’s extensive research led to the introduction of 16 apple varieties, seven cherry selections, and more.
Organization creates new position with hiring of Matthew Hendrickson Hired as Manager of Association Services.
While work to automate pruning is being researched, take a look at how a columnar tree structure could reduce the need for dormant pruning.
The fruit was subject to retaliatory duties from No. 1 and No. 2 export markets.
Comments are being accepted through May 17 to support keeping the registration for aerial applications of streptomycin and oxytetracycline.
The release, which FDA is expected to approve in the coming weeks, is the third in the genetically engineered line from Okanagan Specialty Fruits Inc.
New crop protection tool from Certis USA is approved for organic agriculture and features four-hour reentry interval.
If you had high disease and rot pressure last year, starting the year off with good management strategies will help start your orchard on the right foot this year.
First commercial use of automated picker logged in Southern Hemisphere orchard.
International trade a key talking point as more than 90 producers meet with representatives during U.S. Apple Association’s annual trip to Washington.