● This fall’s disruptions of ocean shipping–that have lacerated our tree fruit exports–beg for some type of long-term remedy. Unionized longshoremen should not [...]
The last berries of a Concord grape delivery make their way from the receiving station to the de-stemmer.
Terry Chambers, left, and Jim Early stand in front of five new tanks added this year to increase bulk [...]
Bill Dodd stands next to the EverCrisp mother tree, which grows at the Doud family’s County Line Orchard near [...]
While not associated with the Midwest Apple Improvement Association as its apple breeder, Ohio State University’s Dr. Diane Doud [...]
For Mitch Lynd, the introduction of EverCrisp apples into Midwestern growers’ orchards will probably mean they won’t plant Fuji [...]
After the November election, the first question from members of our association, other growers, and allied associations was: “What [...]
With more than 40 percent of his acreage in the New Zealand apple varieties Pacific Rose and Jazz, Scott [...]
The following fruit industry members were honored during the Washington State Horticultural Association’s annual meeting in December.