Growers might be hurting retail sales in their quest for the next ‘Honeycrisp.’ And now come the footsteps of the 800-pound gorilla, ‘Cosmic Crisp.’
Export volumes fell 27% in 2018! Learn what industry experts are expecting for 2019.
Trade issues loom large, as while production is up this year, exports are way off from the previous year.
California apple grower who also farms olives is named new leader at association’s annual meeting.
Using plant growth regulator products can help spread out harvest times and minimize preharvest drop during a very busy fall.
The state’s fresh pack crop is predicted to be 137.3 million boxes, up 18% over 2018.
Latest award winners Bill and John Borton are shining examples of how hard work pays off.
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.