Researchers at Michigan State University test organic controls for fire blight.
Fire blight is a damaging disease, no matter the location. Most production areas of the Pacific Northwest and […]
U.S. Apple Association working with AgriLogic Consulting, LLC and USDA Risk Management Agency to offer new risk management option which takes into effect weather damage and fire blight loses.
‘Cosmic Crisp’ is an apt moniker for Washington’s new apple, because the changes coming to the industry are immense
Expert farm advisers provide several options for apple orchard management decisions.
New videos, webinars available during week-long observance.
Payroll-scheme printed checks for phantom employees on payroll, but not working for the operation.
Washington and Oregon growers estimate the crop will be down 2% from 2016, 10% off the five-year average.
It’s time to start scouting and treat trees when trapping indicates.
Promising research shows the link between transpiration and calcium uptake and how abscisic acid may help reduce calcium disorders in ‘Honeycrisp.’
Researchers moving toward robotics that shift dormant pruning from an art to a science.
A firsthand account of using four pruning rules.
USApple leader Phil Glaize of Virginia stresses need for reform with current labor regulations, programs at Congressional briefing on agriculture labor crisis.
Michigan apple grower says agriculture’s future depends on Farm Bill funding.
The goal is to pick apples with the same, if not better, fruit quality than traditional harvesting.
Chelan Fresh and Borton Fruit combine; total sales volume increases by nearly half.
Now that spring has really sprung, a Washington State University expert says it’s time for apple growers to do their homework.