With a few years of experience with more is understood about little cherry disease, however, few unknowns remain.
While diversity in species gives the consumer many options, plums can be a challenge for growers and marketers.
Freeze protection tactics prove fruitful as local producers look to gain from Georgia’s loss.
Peaches and berries in bloom most at risk from freezing temperatures.
Snack-sized fruit presents unique marketing opportunity for growers.
Armillaria root rot is a death sentence for trees and replant sites; however, researchers are looking to breed fungus-resistant rootstocks to make replanting economically feasible.
Minecto Pro from Syngenta has received EPA approval for use in specialty and vegetable crops to control lepidopteran and other pests.
Last year trees netted almost 700 chill hours; however, Extension agent expects that figure to drop to 600 hours this year.
Health boosting, more flavorful stone fruit will hopefully be on the horizon thanks to new grant.
Fruiting walls can help tame the vigor of early cropping systems.
Only in the Northeast, where a wicked frost wiped out many growers’ crops, are there major concerns.
Legendary apple grower Bill Evans, who along with his wife, Jeannette, farmed more apple acreage than any grower […]
The King family sees dwarfing high-density system as the future of their sweet cherry production.
Grower’s take on a high-density system meant modifying a berry harvester to fit his system.
Managing serious plant diseases of peach and plums requires a cooperative approach.
Funding to help increase efficiency, make data collection easier.
Early and sustained yields can be achieved with upright fruiting offshoots system.