Huge threat to the industry continues spreading throughout the Golden State.
American/Western Fruit Grower Editor Dave Eddy provides a family review of some of the citrus varieties.
Help more young fruit growers attend important industry events, such as the International Fruit Tree Association’s annual conference.
Blueberry fields with pH ranges out of the optimum (4.2-5.5) are common in many areas of blueberry production. […]
Avoid slow growth and plant death by maintaining adequate moisture levels.
There are no silver bullets when it comes to producing food; you need to have a certain amount of H2O.
There are several options to consider when deciding to protect against crop losses from rain.
The right source, at the right rate, at the right time, and in the right place helps you grow your berries more efficiently and effectively.
In what has become a heated debate, let’s discuss the science behind GMO apples.
Growers of the state’s top nut crop have become a target for residents upset over new urban water restrictions ordered by the governor because of a near absence of snowpack.
With a 90% infection rate, researchers discuss steps you can take to prevent a fire blight epidemic like Nova Scotia experienced in 2014 from happening to you.
With Governor Jerry Brown’s announcement of mandatory use reductions, the general public in California is getting a wake-up […]