Roger Way’s extensive research led to the introduction of 16 apple varieties, seven cherry selections, and more.
Apples will face 70% duties on exports.
Find out who the major players are and what they are working on to get a good idea of where the market is headed in the future.
Updated USDA crop estimate reveals slight decrease as the 2018-2019 campaign nears finish line; still reasons for industry to look up.
Transition ready means that you and your farm are prepared legally and financially, but also emotionally.
Paul Baker, a fruit and vegetable grower as well as the Director of New York’s fruit association, raises the alarm on the unintended long-term consequences of the potential law.
Stone fruit weighing more than a pound is said to be cold hardy to -22°F.
As Chief Science and Technology Officer, Whitaker laid the groundwork for food safety, supply chain, technology, and sustainability efforts for PMA and the specialty crops industry.
Sweet cherry grower Mike Omeg offers suggestions on how to successfully make these novel plant health products part of your farm’s production.
Meteorologists across Southern California spotted a large storm-like signal on their radars that made no sense. The weather at the time was calm. It turns out the “storm” was actually a massive ladybug swarm.
Apple and cherry exports out of the Northwest Seaport Alliance down double digits last year.
Dr. Robert Behr of Florida’s Natural strives to keep the industry on track to survive and thrive.
Conflicting climatic conditions force NOAA forecasters to seek middle ground in tropics watch.
Recent good news on the trade front has U.S. potato growers feeling optimistic, but work still remains on several initiatives the industry would like to see passed in the coming weeks and months.
Organic Trade Association survey says organic fruits and vegetables account for 14.6% of all produce sold in the U.S.
Sweet cherry grower Mike Omeg shares his soil management program — and how it’s delivering big returns.
Tree nut producers, fresh sweet cherry producers, cranberry producers, and fresh grape producers will receive a payment based on 2019 acres of production.