The risk is nonexistent for fresh-market apples but could be found in apples destined for processing or hard cider.
22 young men and women from the produce industry from across the country to attend the USApple Capitol Hill Day events in March.
Editor’s note This bulletin is part of an educational series from the University of Vermont’s Apple Program. The […]
Company combines forces with Jack Brown Produce to market and ship 50% of the fresh Michigan apple crop yearly.
While pome fruit growers may use conventional products such as antibiotics to treat trees in the orchard, new resistant strains have generated interest in alternative methods.
A new grower, packer, shipper, and marketer has launched in Sparta, MI. Applewood Fresh Growers LLC, says it […]
Event in Rochester, NY, includes two days of orchard tours and two days of educational sessions.
New Report from Congressional Research Service singles out the two crops among fruits and vegetables as highly dependent on exports to the retaliating markets such as China and Mexico.
The United States Association of Cider Markers has released an updated style guide to include additional specialty styles for the growing cider industry.
Smaller crop size in Washington and increased tariff pressure has kept more fruit in the domestic markets.
Proprietary Variety Management says product debut to be largest in apple history.
While there are several challenges for widespread robotic implementation, improving apple tree canopies may help the transition to automation.
How you tackle the pathogen’s presence this offseason and early next season could affect the overall health of your orchard.
Tagging along with the Young Apple Leaders Class of 2018 taught me how important it is to keep issues affecting the industry at the forefront of our legislators’ minds.
With little to go on and even less funding, researchers are doing their best to figure out why young, dwarf apple trees have fallen victim to an untimely death.
Aussies mull biosecurity risks and import protocols.
Bacteriophage products to be available for apple, pear, and citrus growers in 2019.