West Virginia University research project has developed a prototype “BrambleBee” to develop a more efficient process to pollinating brambles under cover.
Trade issues, pests, and production challenges are top priorities for state association.
Learn how nitrogen uptake is related to plant growth stages.
Local producers believe mechanical harvest is a must to remain competitive on a global scale.
The tiny pest created big problems for Florida growers last season.
Poor reporting, recordkeeping and lack of grower interest seals fate of defunct commission.
Choosing the right alternative crop takes careful selection. Here are a few popular super fruits to consider if you’re looking to expand your offerings.
Collecting and crunching data can make you more efficient and productive.
Answers to your most pressing fruit pest problems is a primary focus of unique industry event’s program.
Last-minute harvest and final plasticulture preparations are priorities for area’s strawberry and grape growers.
Unique high-yield strawberry, raspberry varieties living large with longer-lasting flavor.
University of Arkansas researchers studying rotating cross-arm system for its benefits to improve yields and fruit quality in blackberries.
An organic blueberry patch has turned into a haven for all things blue in the fruiting world — and a great teaching tool for consumers, other growers, and Extension educators alike.
Central Florida berry producer with deep roots closes on deal to strategically relocate its headquarters and reimagine the business.
Consumers are showing a strong demand for organic produce, but don’t quit your day job just yet.
Large Florida berry grower and marketer sweetens deal with longtime family-owned operation.
Production in northern California to be focus of two-day gathering.