Most fruit growers plan to stay the course this coming year in terms of what they produce, but precision agriculture is changing how they do it.
Respondents to our 2018 State of the Industry Survey say there are unique challenges to being among the next generation of specialty crop growers.
Respondents to State of the Industry Survey say they plan to maintain production increases of recent years in 2018, though opinions on all the new varieties differ — and often conflict.
Although many growers say the market can sustain growth, others see the classic economic relationship between dropping prices and exploding production finally playing out.
Growers say exponential growth can be sustained.
While lack of chill hours put a damper on stone fruit seasons, growers say organic and high-quality fruits are the future of the industry.
New technologies, new cultivars, and consumer demand are helping to boost berries.
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The spectacular mountains of Utah were again the backdrop for FruitGrowerConnect where 17 fruit and nut growers convened […]
Scientists say grant proposals are the only way they can help you, but that chase takes away time from being in the field.