Larry’s World: IFTA President Touts Nova Scotia Industry

Standing in his mountaintop orchard at the highest point of the Annapolis Valley, Larry Lutz looks like king of the world. But it’s not his 55-acre family orchard that sets him near the pinnacle of... more »

Michigan’s Plum Pox Quarantine Ends

Nearly three years after Michigan Department of Agriculture (MDA) inspectors detected plum pox in Michigan, the quarantine that followed it has ended, according to Michigan State University Extension fruit educator Bill Shane. MDA imposed the... more »

Apple Industry Ponders Ways To Sell Upcoming Large Crop

Leaders of the U.S. apple industry met in Chicago in August to assess the size and condition of the 2009 crop – and perhaps learn some lessons from last year’s somewhat botched effort. The size... more »

Testing on Peaches Sheds Light on Pesticide Presence

As they munch through peach season, shoppers face an array of choices for the fuzzy fruit but little guidance on which type to pick. NewsOK Click here to read the rest of the story. more »

Rebellion in Idaho: Research Station, Slated for Closure, Incites Grower Resistance

At first, it seemed to be the “usual” kind of story. A land grant university, facing the need to cut its operating budget, reluctantly decides to close one of its experiment stations. The University of... more »

Growers Look at Bumper Fruit Crops To Sell This Year

Across the board, there will be big fruit crops for growers and packers to sell this year. Lots of apples. Lots of sweet cherries. Many more tart cherries. More wine grapes. More juice grapes. More... more »

Growers Look at Bumper Fruit Crops to Sell this Year

No one used the word “bumper” during the 54th annual Fruit Crop Guesstimate June 17 in Grand Rapids, Mich. But if bumper means bigger than usual but not necessarily a record, bumper is the word... more »

Peach Production Workshop July 9 in Arkansas

The University of Arkansas will host a peach production workshop for both experienced and beginning growers at the Fruit Research Station at Clarksville, Ark., during the afternoon of Thursday, July 9. Two speakers – Nathan... more »

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Kansas peach grower puts focus on high-density output

FGN’s 60th Anniversary: Tree fruit rootstocks evolve over decades

Pear rootstocks for replant in presence of armillaria

Cover crops show effects on iron deficiency in pear

USHBC recognizes grower Tom Bodtke, other blueberry industry leaders

Technology highlights at IFTA show commercial potential

Autonomous sprayer available for orchards

Hybrid use puts Regev in ‘game-changer’ mode

Farm Market column: ‘Delighting’ the online customer ideal marketers’ goal

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National Council of Agricultural Employers column: Through good times and bad, neighbors help each other

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