When it comes to frost control, heat often is a grower’s best defense. There are a lot of […]
Growing up in a small town, I became very active in 4-H. I learned so much from Ohio […]
New tariffs to roll out with Country of Origin labeling. The 2002 Farm Bill included mandatory Country of […]
Here are some tips to discern the difference between bacterial spot disease and copper injury.
For information about these varieties, contact Dave Wilson Nursery: Dave Wilson Nursery 19701 Lake Rd. Hickman, CA 95323 […]
For more information on these varieties, contact Summit Tree Sales. Summit Tree Sales 55826 60th Ave. Lawrence, MI […]
Welcome to American Farm Marketer™, a new publication from the editors of American Fruit Grower® and Western Fruit Grower®, along […]
Adams County Nursery, Inc., in Aspers, PA, offers a Honeycrisp strain that ripens three weeks before the original variety.
Progressive Planning Produces Positively. Time is fleeting. Time is valuable. And it’s time to be sure all of your […]
Stark Bro’s Nurseries & Orchards Co. in Louisiana, MO, presents a new Gala strain, a McIntosh strain, and more.
For more information on these rootstocks, contact Sierra Gold Nurseries. Sierra Gold Nurseries 5320 Garden Hwy. Yuba City, […]
Replant disease is something all perennial crop growers will face — crop rotation is simply not possible, and […]
For more information on these varieties, contact The Burchell Nursery, Inc. The Burchell Nursery, Inc. 12000 State Highway […]
Lorena Chavez and her family have long been involved with strawberry production, and she has plans for the commission moving forward.
The Mid-Atlantic is a new and difficult environment to grow winegrapes. Growers face the challenges of a humid […]
Approval of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Could be a boon to fruit growers.
Looking back on 2015, which packed plenty of heat.