Western Massachusetts growers who experienced tree loss or damage may be eligible for farm loans.
One of the more traditional three-dimensional canopies, Tall Spindle Axe data shows consistent early and sustained yields.
Growers say administrative delays have caused workers to arrive days or weeks late.
More townships added as small populations of the pest are found in municipalities adjacent to previously quarantined areas.
Nikki Rothwell, Center Coordinator for the Northwest Michigan Horticulture Research Center in Traverse City, MI, tells UpNorthLive.com, the tart […]
Many peach orchards in the Northeast were stung by a bitter cold.
‘Bing’ growers experiencing low crop set.
Clemson University research may allow growers in the Southeast to prevent diseases related to heat and humidity.
Much remains mysterious about Prunus Replant Disease (PRD) and exactly how it operates to suppress growth of young […]
Stone fruit and almond growers looking to replant orchards might want to invest in soil samples to assess […]
German researchers studied how water uptake and fruit skin determined a cultivar’s susceptibility to cherry cracking.
Preliminary figures indicate a crop larger than 2015, and potential early harvest.
The sudden, hard freeze that followed the warm winter means Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut growers are seeing near total losses.
Decisions made about training early in the orchard can impact your tree’s survival and ultimate decline.
Growers are fine-tuning production of fledgling crop.
Phytelligence collaborates with Washington’s Tip Top Orchards to create novel, high value, sweet cherry varieties.
Partnership will provide supplies from April through September.