Part of legislation broadens window of trade-mitigation relief for farmers earning more than $900,000 on average.
Now is a great time to take a look at where your nutrients go when you fertilize your trees.
Agenda to include exploring the damage potential of spotted wing drosophila, bacterial spot management, and new varieties.
Produce from Chile was distributed throughout several U.S. retail establishments, but no illnesses reported so far.
Aside from the challenges of making good crosses, settling on a name can come with its own issues — and unintended consequences.
New Report from Congressional Research Service singles out the two crops among fruits and vegetables as highly dependent on exports to the retaliating markets such as China and Mexico.
Fruit trees begin to go dormant in response to shortening day length in the fall. Exposure to freezing temperatures accelerates the onset of cold hardiness.
USDA set to dole out another round of trade mitigation payments through its Market Facilitation Program.
Father and son duo experience challenges and rewards with growing high-density peaches in a system most notably in sweet cherries.
Presidential proclamation lifts duty-free status from imported cherry juice from Turkey, which U.S. growers say was hurting domestic production.
Peaches are notoriously difficult to cold store, and storage disorders can develop when peaches are stored improperly.
With no end to the labor shortage, two stone fruit growers are embarking on a perilous but necessary journey.
Workers allegedly locked inside orchard by new landowner during harvest.
Learn the importance and benefits of this postharvest practice to maintain quality fruit and production longevity.
Growers can apply for payments from the Market Facilitation Program.
Answers to your most pressing fruit pest problems is a primary focus of unique industry event’s program.
A new disorder called slip-skin is challenging sweet cherry management in the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia.