Crop-adapted spraying pays dividends

Crop-adapted spraying (CAS) is a method for apple orchardists to match their airblast sprays to the size, shape and density of their orchard blocks. Jason Deveau, application technology specialist ... more

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Ag industry will watch Trump closely

Fruit Growers News asked several industry representatives to consider what the future might hold for the specialty crop sector as the new administration takes over.

Microbial solutions firm to debut new products

Founded in 2012 by six veteran plant scientists and entrepreneurs, biotechnology company AgBiome has grown to 75 employees. The operation is housed in... more

Produce group debuts FSMA-compliant safety training

After a four-year curriculum development process, the Produce Safety Alliance (PSA) officially launc... more
Pacific International Marketing President Tom Russell dies Pacific International Marketing President Tom Russell dies

Identifying the invasive stink bug

IFPS launches app for PLU codes

IFPS launches app for PLU codes

The International Federation for Produce Standards (IFPS) has launched a mo... more

US apples in storage up over a year ago

US apples in storage up over a year ago

The USApple Association has issued its fourth report on the 2016 apple crop... more

Grants available for Michigan specialty groups

Grants available for Michigan specialty groups

The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD) has re... more

Michigan to host Farm Women’s Symposium

Howler puts AgBiome in market position

Michigan producers approve blueberry research program

InTents Conference aims to grow farmers’ market businesses

Farm Bill listening sessions set throughout California

USDA will buy about 37 million pounds of apples

VIDEO: Will Trump Help Ag Employers?

The incoming Trump administration fills ag employers with hope and concern, said

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