Unique variety can withstand cold temperatures and is resistant to downy and powdery mildew.
‘Compassion’ is one of the University of Arkansas “inspiration” series of white seedless table grapes.
While a 67.7% duty was levied in April, the industry is now bracing for an additional 10% coming soon.
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.
Successful growers learn when to focus on each — when to go for the glory, and when to hunker down and survive tough times.
Clone of leafroll-associated virus 3 will be used in future research to develop new controls.
Biocontrol strategies implemented at Silver Thread Vineyard are helping this grower improve his wine by producing high-quality grapes.
Sensors provide a visual representation of the vineyard and help growers make large-scale decisions.
The invasive pest was initially found in the state earlier this year, but now another first: infiltrating a cultivated crop.
New ‘Sunpreme’ grape variety offers potential to further increase raisin grape mechanization.
USDA seeks help in ending directives on wine imported into the Great White North.
Nat DiBuduo is stepping down as leader of the nation’s biggest association of grape growers, but his spirit will remain.
Taking a balanced ecosystem approach to vineyard production can give your organic orchards a leg up.
Research, marketing seeks to help bolster grape’s production.
Grape growers in the state are encouraged to fill out a survey to help shape research program.
More than $1 million in industry-funded research will address vineyard and winery challenges by the Washington State Wine Commission.