● The Foreign Agricultural Service has long been viewed as an elite arm of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, staffed with talented, aggressive trade [...]
The following fruit industry members were honored during the Washington State Horticultural Association’s annual meeting in December.
Genetic testing has revealed that the blush cherry Napoleon Bigarreau (Napoleon for short) is the father of the Bing [...]
Washington State produced an estimated 174,000 tons of juice grapes in 2012, down from its ten-year average of 193,000 [...]
Cherry co-op names new president
Oregon Cherry Growers, Inc., a member -owned fruit cooperative, named Timothy Ramsey as its [...]
The Gadbois family has planted most of its apples on Canada-developed Ottawa rootstocks. Trees at right are Sunrise on [...]
Fruiteraie des Gadbois has another unique feature, a tower, or sleeve, sprayer Benoit Gadbois developed working with Dr. Bernard [...]
On the surface, Washington State’s juice grape industry looks the picture of good economic times—crop inventories are in [...]
The last berries of a Concord grape delivery make their way from the receiving station to the de-stemmer.