Sweet cherry grower Mike Omeg shares his soil management program — and how it’s delivering big returns.
Purchase, which falls under “Section 32” program, is expected to support growers stung by low-cost imports.
IFTA summer tour-goers learn why Coral Beach Farms goes higher and higher in elevation to push production into the second week of September.
Fruit breeding a hot topic as the International Fruit Tree Association makes first stop at Summerland Research Station in British Columbia.
Cool weather is blamed for the generally smaller crop across the country; however, tart cherries up nearly 50%.
Once an afterthought in sweet cherry production, China has become a major player in the global market.
Summit Tree Sales in Lawrence, MI, presents an early apple for the fresh market, early-to-mid-season cherries, a sweet freestone peach, and more.
For more information on these varieties, contact Fowler Nurseries, Inc. Fowler Nurseries, Inc. 525 Fowler Rd. Newcastle, […]
For more information on these varieties, contact Fowler Nurseries, Inc. Fowler Nurseries, Inc. 525 Fowler Rd. Newcastle, CA […]
The Northwest Farm Credit Services has released its quarterly Market Snapshot publications that look at the state of major agricultural commodities in the Northwest, including apples, cherries, onions, pears, and potatoes.
Why the pest can be so much more destructive for Eastern cherry growers might be due to what they’re not farming.
Post-conference tour takes growers to Traverse City to see tart cherry and apple plantings.
American Fruit Grower magazine managing editor Christina Herrick posts her updates from the 59th annual gathering.
More than 1,000 people have been forced to evacuate as a fast-moving wildfire swept into Wenatchee, WA, on […]
Last year, disease levels were very low in the cling peach growing districts of California. Still, several diseases […]
Warm February puts cherry crop two weeks early.
Ten more states grant registrations for Fine Americas’ new Kudos PGR.