Fruits

Naturipe’s import blueberries peak is early and strong this season

Naturipe, a producer of fresh blueberries, announced Sept. 30 that its import blueberries from Peru are peaking early this season and in impressive volumes. Wih the first arrival of import berries being ahead of schedule... more »

UC Davis Winter Grape Day scheduled for Nov. 10

The UC Davis Winter Grape Day will be held Nov. 10 from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. at UC Davis Conference Center and live-streamed. The UC Davis Winter Grape Day will provide instruction to attendees on issues... more »

USApple launches 2021-22 Apples4Ed grant program

The U.S. Apple Association has launched its 2021-22 Apples4Ed initiative – a grant program that supports healthy eating initiatives in public schools across the United States. USApple will fund five $4,000 healthy eating initiatives on... more »

Vole control: How to reduce damage to orchards

{Sponsored} Of all the pests that can plague an orchard, voles can cause a significant amount of damage before growers even know there’s a problem — and by the time they realize there is, it... more »

#PearPizza campaign returns for National Pizza Month

Just in time for National Pizza Month, USA Pears is bringing back its pear pizza takeover campaign. Following a successful execution the past two seasons, resulting in greater consumer awareness of pears on pizza, the... more »

Rabobank takes a look into the future of the blueberry market

According to the latest fresh produce report from Rabobank, the global highbush blueberry planted area surpassed 205,000 hectares in 2020, and production is expected to continue to grow firmly in the next few years. Most... more »

Viticulture and Enology Extension stays busy at UC Davis

UC Davis Viticulture and Enology Extension hosted a program dedicated to diversity, equity and inclusion in the grape and wine industries, one of many recent events targeting the industry. Representatives from UC Davis and individuals... more »

Burro to accelerate commercialization of collaborative robot platform

Burro, formerly known as Augean Robotics, an autonomy company providing solutions for the agriculture industry, announced Sept. 28 it has raised a $10.9 million Series A. The round was led by S2G Ventures and Toyota... more »

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