Grapes

Tackling phomopsis crucial for vineyards

Whether it’s battling phomopsis or other diseases, taking a cost-effective approach in designing a fungicide program is essential for vineyard management. “Consider not just the cost of the (fungicide) product but also the labor, fuel... more »

League changes name to California Fresh Fruit Association

The California Grape & Tree Fruit League has officially changed its name to the California Fresh Fruit Association – an identity its members believe better defines the broad types of commodities it represents, according to... more »

MSU Extension adds small fruit educator

Michigan State University Extension’s (MSU) Ag & Agribusiness Institute (AABI) has added Brad Baughman as the new Extension Educator for small fruit and horticulture in Berrien County. Baughman, who began his duties in June, will... more »

Non-citrus fruit production, value up in 2013

In 2013, utilized production of the leading U.S. non-citrus fruit crops totaled 19.2 million tons, up 9 percent from 2012. The value of 2013’s utilized production totaled $16.1 billion, up 4 percent from 2012, according... more »

United Fresh 2014 New Product Award finalists announced

United Fresh announced a record 40 fresh fruit and vegetable innovations as finalists for the United Fresh Produce Association’s 2014 New Product Awards. This year’s finalists will compete in five categories for the title of... more »

Retirements, funding cuts impact Cornell programs

Key personnel have left, or soon will leave, Cornell University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS), and with them goes decades of experience that have benefited New York state’s fruit industry. The changes have... more »

Fresh fruit exports increase in 2013

Fiscal year 2013 proved to be another record-breaking year for U.S. agricultural exports, according to USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS).In fiscal year 2013, U.S. agricultural exports increased by $5 billion, bringing the... more »

What has this harsh winter done to Michigan’s fruit crop?

The harsh winter has not only been tough on us, it will also have an impact on Michigan's fruit crop.A fruit tree, grape vine, or small fruit bush is hardy down to a certain temperature.... more »

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