Better Berries: High tunnels bring crop success under cover

In many areas of the country, cold winters and humid, variable growing seasons can limit the profitability of raspberries and strawberries, as well as the survival of blackberries.

High tunnels alter the crop environment in ways that improve both bramble yields and quality.

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Great Lakes EXPO speakers to cover labor environment

At this year’s Great Lakes Fruit, Vegetable & Farm Market EXPO, several sessions will focus on the agri-labor market.

Specialty crop research set to protect grapes, onions

Michigan agriculture director continues China trade missions

USDA sets cranberries volume regulation for 2018-19 crop year

DeDecker new director of MSU’s Upper Peninsula research, center

New Jersey peach season later than usual

Reactions emerge following court ruling in California ag labor case

Gallagher’s Food, Agribusiness names Kluting national director

Rocky Mountain growers try remote sensors

During a late-season frost in 2017, western Colorado grower Edward Tuft used a mobile app and a network of remote thermometers to save a crop of Honeycrisp.

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Bilingual Quinn Farm draws 100K visitors a year

Last year, the farm attracted more than 100,000 visitors – a number that’s more impressive given the fact that the farm market doesn’t advertise.

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For Phytelligence, it’s not just about the apples

Phytelligence was founded in 2012 on work from Washington State University and is perhaps best known for its association with tree fruit.

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Study: Buyers want environmentally safe strawberry production

Confirmed finding of spotted lanternfly reported in New York

USDA prepared to respond to Hurricane Florence

U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) reminds rural communities, farmers an... more

United Fresh enhances industry relations team

United Fresh enhances industry relations team

United Fresh Produce Association has expanded its industry relations team ... more

Costco to hold ‘Meet the Grower’ events at Organic Grower Summit

Costco to hold ‘Meet the Grower’ events at Organic Grower Summit

Costco will hold “Meet the Grower” events at the Organic Grower Summit ... more

Sun World moves packing operations in-house

Sun World moves packing operations in-house

Bakersfield, California-base Sun World International has moved its packing ... more

California’s Open Farm touts technology adaptation in ag

California’s Open Farm touts technology adaptation in ag

The Third Annual Open Farm comes to the UC Kearney Agricultural Research a... more

Enviroweather welcomes new project coordinator

Late season cultural and chemical options for diseases in grapes

Perdue visits Rhode Island cranberry bog

Organic and Non-GMO Forum coming to St. Louis

Registration opens for NCAE’s Ag Employer Labor Forum

Atticus Introduces oomycete disease protection with ReCon 4 F

AgroFresh unveils SmartFresh InBox in US market

Colorado group solicits agricultural labor innovation proposals

Agreement streamlines repair of high-tech farm equipment

Koru apple harvests gearing up in US

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