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Obscure apples pose new challenges for growers, makers

If you’ve decided growing hard cider apples might be profitable, you’ve probably got a few questions rolling around in your brain.


Ridge Cider Co. hosts the #GLEXPObustour for lunch and a tour of its operation. ... moreless

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Trial and error a big theme during IFTA summer tour

Growers and researchers gathered in upstate New York during the International Tree Fruit Association’s summer tour, highlighting crop management and protection.

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Hort society leader to nurture industry growth

Mark Miezio went from designing highway projects across the country to becoming operations manager for a Michigan tree fruit production company. He ad... more
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Forecast: US apple crop holds steady in 2016

The U.S. Apple Association has estimated the size of the 2016 U.S. apple crop: 245.9 million bushels... more
United Fresh 2017 will debut new features United Fresh 2017 will debut new features

Western Growers seeks applicants for $30,000 scholarship Western Growers seeks applicants for $30,000 scholarship

$9.4M awarded to pest management research

$9.4M awarded to pest management research

The USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) awarded $9.4 mi... more

2017 Mid-Atlantic Convention set for Jan. 31-Feb. 2

2017 Mid-Atlantic Convention set for Jan. 31-Feb. 2

The 2017 Mid-Atlantic Fruit and Vegetable Convention will be held Jan. 31 t... more

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Rutgers’ bountiful cranberries spreading in US, Canada and overseas

If you drink cranberry juice, munch on dried cranberries or savor cranberry... more

Reducing demand for pollinators could boost production

Arysta LifeScience aligns with Beem Biologics

H-2A wage rates projected for 2017

Light therapy may save bees from deadly pesticides

Survey: Storage decays of apples prevalent in Washington

Phytelligence appoints VP of global sales

Vestaron Spider Product Offers Potential SWD Control

VIDEO: Vestaron Spider Product Offers Potential SWD Control

Trevor Nichols Research Center, Michigan State University, discusses control of spotted wing drosophila in blueberries. He spoke at a research fi

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