We have previously explored orchard cover technologies to modify climatic risks in sweet cherry production, such as rain-cracking […]
Avoiding postharvest losses essentially comes down to knowing what techniques to employ, and what to evade throughout each […]
Tree decline is one of the major components of citrus greening disease or huanglongbing (HLB). Vectored by the […]
The brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB), unfortunately, is here to stay. Found in the U.S. in the late […]
Researchers from California and Sweden have recently been honored for a discovery that could have big implications for […]
These days, U.S. consumers are increasingly demanding good-tasting fruit and the industry is responding. However, there remains room […]
So far, 2015 is not treating the Pacific Northwest tree fruit industry all that well. We knew the […]
As a kid growing up we all remember the arrival of Barnum & Bailey’s circus. The ads, the […]
Your guests are already live tweeting their experiences of visiting your farm. Why not turn this into a social experience to promote your business?
Imagine what it’s like to pick a fresh peach off of a tree in an orchard. The smell, […]
Elizabeth Mitcham, a University of California (UC)-Davis scientist, was honored by the American Society for Horticultural Science (ASHS) […]
New research helps growers determine how close to harvest they can safely spray elemental sulfur.