Research has potential to improve efficiency and quality of fresh market blueberries.
After an unusually wet 2017, Mae Culumber of University of California Cooperative Extension discusses the importance of irrigation scheduling, even during times absent of drought stress.
Ozonation is a terrific technology with tremendous benefits in ensuring the safety of fresh fruit, but it’s not a “silver bullet.”
As costs to map DNA plummet, researchers will be able to design tastier, easier to grow fruit, thanks to RosBREED.
Berry grower sees promise with exclusion netting trial.
When it comes to cherry production, there is not a single choice that is the best in every situation.
You carry a computer/camera with you everywhere you go; use it to help control pesky weeds.
During this season of resolutions and new opportunities, fellow GenNexters should resolve to further their careers.