Could robots replace honeybees as pollinators?

The world’s honeybee population is in a steep decline that science has, so far, been unable to reverse. Some scientists are working on solutions to the culprits — diseases, pests, bee forage avail... more

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Washington bets big on new Cosmic Crisp apple

Witness the bared power of a united Washington state apple industry: More than 11 million trees planted in a two-year span. More than 10 million boxes produced in the first five years. Estimates of a quarter-billion to a half-billion dollars spent on... more
Michigan peach, apple growers offered BMSB clinic Michigan peach, apple growers offered BMSB clinic

Personnel added to Produce Safety Network, part of FSMA

West central Michigan blueberry growers receive heads up

West central Michigan blueberry growers receive heads up

Spring frosts caused some damage to blueberries and strawberries but no sig... more

Cornell Extension, New York state apple growers partner on innovation

For optimal yield and fruit quality, apple growers in the United States hav... more

Vestaron wins Michigan SmartZone Small Business of the Year Award

Vestaron wins Michigan SmartZone Small Business of the Year Award

Vestaron has won the SmartZone Small Business of the Year award from the st... more

Most common weeds in broadleaf, specialty crops listed

A century of agriculture research goes online at Cornell

First Michigan Tree Fruit Commission mini-grant targets disease resistance

Cherry pre-harvest tour set for Oregon

Honeybee health a focus of National Pollinator Week webinars

Survey shows increase in Washington wine industry research awareness

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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