The two new farm advisers have widely divergent backgrounds, but now share a single purpose: helping Golden State grape growers.
Hot issues for the coming year include everything from invasive pests to club varieties, from drought to immigration.
Ryan Kunde of Sonoma County, CA, says he’s producing better wines now that he flies a camera over vineyards.
Research shows a mix of traps, monitoring, and insecticides can help Eastern peach growers keep brown marmorated stink bug in check.
Win’s posts, like this one, share the flavor of growing fruit in Italy, as well as some of the production techniques unique to the region.
Strategic planting, understanding the soil, and projecting profits are among the reasons John Chapman was a true apple grower.
Sometimes the smallest of gestures makes the biggest impact on your relationship with your employees.
Outreach abuzz with with many fruitful efforts to connect with apple consumers.
The only way for us to cover the issues that affect your fruit business and your industries is four our editors to hit the road, or in your case, the row.
Winner presented painting at Washington State Horticultural Association’s 110th annual meeting in December.
A common theme was the need to improve production efficiency while maintaining or increasing fruit quality.
Although the spotted lanternfly has been limited to a 20-mile radius in the state, without proper reporting and eradication, the risk for this species to spread is great.
Leading researchers and universities offer some advice and basic information about relatively unknown berry plants.
Saskatoon, goji, and aronia berries can provide new options for growers looking to expand their berry offerings.
A new design for American and Western Fruit Grower magazine is just the latest example of our mission to give you the tools you need to make your business better.
Returning to the farm is often an emotional decision, rather than a carefully considered career move.
A conversation with Larry Bettiga, who literally edited the book “Grape Pest Management.”