The project focuses on improving disease resistance and fruit quality through better genetics and breeding.
Editor’s note: University of California Farm Advisor Mark Bolda will present much more information on this topic at […]
With the organic citrus sector growing three times as fast as conventional, the 123-year-old cooperative is keeping up with the times.
A team of researchers is studying two targeted parasitoid wasps to help prevent the spread of Asian citrus psyllid in the state.
There are many factors to get right in order to deliver a delicious peach.
An old tradition gone by the wayside is new again when it comes to vineyard winterization in the Great Lakes region.
Removing old blueberry pruning stumps will help you extend the life of your berry plantings and hopefully make your job a little easier.
Whether you’re at the dusk or dawn of your career in agriculture, it’s important to pay attention to the Young Growers Success Act.
New technology developed at Washington State University can help growers access in-demand rootstocks.
National Young Farmers Coalition survey confirms why GenNext Growers need to pay attention to the Young Farmer Success Act.