Growers seek best way to supply fruit to cidery market

Hard cider production is up nationwide, and it seems like you can’t turn anywhere without running into another story about the demand for apples to fill all of those bottles. Growers should think ve... more

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Take hold of managing liability on agritourism farms

Agritainment operators need to do everything they can to minimize farm safety risks, manage liability, mitigate financial risk through enterprise budgeting and improve marketing strategies. Brian J. Schilling is the project director of a multistat... more
Vineyard, WSU scientists team up to battle virus threat

LAM International purchased by Certis USA LAM International purchased by Certis USA

Mediterranean fruit fly eradicated from Los Angeles County

Mediterranean fruit fly eradicated from Los Angeles County

The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA), the United ... more

Phytelligence partners with Cornell to grow Geneva rootstocks

Phytelligence partners with Cornell to grow Geneva rootstocks

Phytelligence, a platform agricultural biotechnology company, has announc... more

Fungicides applied at bloom may reduce fruit set in grapes

Fungicides applied at bloom may reduce fruit set in grapes

Figure 1. Grape cluster weight at harvest in response to a single fun... more

New Delegate and Entrust labels allow for one-day PHI in bushberry crops

Label expanded for use of Abamex on specialty crops

Sustainable practices on farms outlined in new report

Applications accepted for Institute of Agricultural Technology

Line trapping: a promising method for more accurate pest monitoring

Amazon to acquire Whole Foods Market

VIDEO: Auvil Fruit Implements Four-Wire Trellis System

Del Feigal, orchard management president, Auvil Fruit, discusses, the company's Orondo, Washington, system where a short, four-wire trellis with

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