Washington Fruit Smart Orchard Field Day July 30

The Washington Fruit Smart Orchard Field Day will be held in-person at the V.2 Smart Orchard location. Attendees will hear from researchers, tech providers, growers and other partners involved in the ... more »

California farmers’ markets seeing uneven recovery

Farmers' markets have long drawn thousands of shoppers during peak summer season for many crops. But growers say the pandemic upset that trend and its impacts linger, even as markets ease COVID-19 res... more »

SWD: A 2021 update for Pennsylvania berry growers

This is the time of year when spotted wing drosophila populations can rapidly increase in Pennsylvania, making efforts to control this pest a necessity for most berry crop growers. Up... more »

Texas vineyards endure rough growing season

Erratic weather dealt Texas vineyards a difficult growing season as the industry continues to recover from pandemic-related setbacks, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts. ... more »

Dhingra joins Texas A&M; Doreen Main takes interim role at WSU

Following the retirement of Dan Lineberger earlier this year, an extensive search for a new department head in Horticultural Sciences has been ongoing at Texas A&M University for the important lea... more »

Michigan Blueberry’s Robson to step down; Nancy Nyquist takes over

After four years, Kevin Robson is stepping down asexecutive director of the Michigan Blueberry Commission (MBC) due to career advancement at Farm Bureau Insurance of Michigan. Nancy Nyquist, ex... more »

Current Issue

Michigan cherry grower sees large crop in tough year

Tree fruit industry acceleration takes hold

Nematode ‘ranching workshop’ helps cranberry growers

Jonjak is Wisconsin’s first cranberry outreach specialist

SWD tools key drivers behind MSU lab upgrades

Michigan growers eye value-added, food processing

Ouedemans leads blueberry, cranberry research in New Jersey

Farm Market column: Consider pros and cons of selling at farmers’ markets

Notes from the Farm column: Balky machinery, lost community links and family loss

National Council of Agricultural Employers column: Normalcy elusive as farm operations press on

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