The Midwest Apple Improvement Association builds on its ‘EverCrisp’ success with four new varieties, matching consumer preferences with grower-friendly traits.
Deadline to apply for program is Dec. 31.
A field training for Spanish-speaking workers in the fruit industry will be held Saturday, Nov. 18, at Hollabaugh Orchards in Biglerville, PA.
Tree fruit growers in the West are noticing sunburn on their this year, and they anticipate delayed symptoms to be more evident in storage.
Use this guide to help you determine whether multileader production is a good fit for your farm.
While multiple leaders shrink the tree canopy, experts warn there are places where missteps can be made.
Growers shift from single leader to multiple leader systems to increase light interception and production. But this system isn’t without its risks and costs.
Union seeks investigation into how 200 tons of U.S. ‘Golden Delicious’ apples were smuggled into the country.
Little about fruit growing — or any agriculture — appears because too few of us are willing to illuminate the media.
The natural bacterium found in soil can survive in cold storage; this promising biocontrol offers an alternative to chemical treatments.
Perry, a fermented beverage similar to hard apple cider, is gaining popularity in the U.S., and growers are learning about the production process from square one.
Midwest Apple Improvement Association prepares for large harvest and larger distribution reach for first variety released.
American Fruit Grower® and Western Fruit Grower® magazine’s 2017 Apple Grower of the Year will be officially presented on Thursday, Aug. 24, during the first day of the conference.
Dormant live cuttings from countries in the European Union must currently go through pest risk assessment.
Crown rot, root rot flourishing in very wet growing season.
Forecasted harvest predicted to be 131 million boxes, down 1.2% from 2016.
Research team unlocks relationship between bitter pit, minerals, and shoot lengths.