High tunnels offer several potential advantages for production of raspberries in humid regions such as the Midwest. Photos: Gary Pullano

Three-season high tunnel fruit production gains steam

Beginning in 2010, organic and conventional production of red raspberries, sweet cherries and blackberries have been studied by Michigan State University (MSU) researchers under an acre of multiple ba... more

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Indian Ladder Farms learns value of an apple a day

Indian Ladder Farms in the Albany, New York, suburb of Altamont-Voorheesville is celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2016, and owner Peter Ten Eyck is proud to say it’s been in his family the entire century. “It was started by my grandfather ... more
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Peach-sized strawberry delivers intense flavor

The newest Cornell University strawberry variety concentrates flavor in a b... more

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California governor signs farmworker overtime bill

California Gov. Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 1066 into law on Sept. 12... more

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EXPO schedule packed with educational events

In addition to a large trade show with more than 450 exhibitors, this year... more

FDA awards $21.8 million for produce safety rule implementation

WAPA gains Chinese organization as member

Japanese beetle outbreak detected in Oregon

United Fresh adds preventive controls training program

UGA president, ag dean take annual ag tour

ARS develops two new berries

Michigan Wine Collaborative Takes Shape

VIDEO: Michigan Wine Collaborative Takes Shape

Southwestern Michigan winery operator Dave Miller, president of the Michigan Wine Collaborative, discusses the formation of the new group during

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