In any situation, proactivity pays. We can wait for the sky to fall, or we can sing in the rain.
Challenging campaign typified by forecasts influenced by the negative impacts of HLB.
A bump in projected Valencia production breaks long string of sobering reports.
HLB continues to hammer away at not only the health of trees and fruit, but also industry infrastructure.
HLB struggles continue to influence latest numbers from USDA.
Producers, packers, and suppliers view initial USDA outlooks as positive predictor for future.
Northwest crop smaller than last year’s record high, but well above average.
Paltry prediction signals lowest output in 50 years.
Greening pushes production estimates further into peril.
Input costs are pushing producers well beyond the break-even point.
Updated forecast from USDA reveals continued problems with early and mid-season orange varieties.
All hands on deck needed as fruit yields dip further into danger zone.
The Florida Agricultural Statistics Service (FASS) has notified stakeholders that there will be no citrus crop forecast released […]
From weather to crop production, outlooks are intriguing and deceiving.
There was certainly a change in tone during this year’s U.S, Apple Association Crop Outlook and Marketing Conference, […]
New York state apple growers are back, thanks to a bigger, better crop with more of the varieties […]
Representatives of key apple and pear producing and exporting countries from around the world met on February 8 […]