Poor Northwest spring weather during bloom hurt pollination; Oregon and Idaho also were down.
Year Of The Apple deadline is June 1 for K-12 artists.
Over the next eight years, regionally adapted discoveries and innovations will help keep Washington growers profitable and sustainable.
The 2014 convention of the state’s wine grape growers and wineries set a record this year with over […]
Apple growers, breeders, and marketers discuss how to know when you’ve found the right fruit.
Roger Gamache of Gamache Vinters elected as chairman of the board.
Foundation to award approximately $700,000 in tree fruit industry scholarships in 2014.
Preparing your farm for the future means having a good handle on the external factors that can make or break your success. One of the most important of these factors is food safety.
Washington’s 2014 winegrape growers meeting will focus on pest management, vineyard management, and more.
Howell at the Moon Productions has released new DVD documentaries on the lives of Grady Auvil and Tom Mathison.
During the Washington State Horticultural Association’s annual convention, members of a task force charged with consolidating the industry’s tree fruit organizations gave an update on their progress.
Varieties and mechanization are just two of the trends that will define fruit growing in the coming year.
There’s an old quotation attributed (perhaps wrongly) to Mark Twain: “Everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does […]
The 2002 Apple Grower Of The Year has been in and out of Washington apple orchards all his life, but his contributions to the industry make him stand out.
Strategic marketing is an essential element to a successful operation, so, who better to ask about marketing approaches […]
Dave and George Allan claim American Fruit Grower® magazine’s top honor by ‘targeting’ premium fruit on the tree.
Taking risks is central to this Washington apple grower’s success.