● Secretary Tom Vilsack announced yesterday his long-awaited appointment of 25 members to the Fruit and Vegetable Industry Advisory Committee, a private-sector committee that [...]
Jim Schupp (on tractor) took an active role in evaluating the Darwin blossom thinner and considers it a key [...]
Scientists have developed the following integrated approach to manage canker in cherries:
Avoid interplanting new with old trees. Rain can [...]
Wine bottle corks are repurposed as mulch, an example of sustainable practices implemented at Snoqualmie Vineyards winery.
Photo courtesy [...]
This Dutch cherry orchard has a rain cover and is enclosed on the sides with netting to keep out [...]
Stickers link to grower videos
Thanks to new data bar technology, shoppers anywhere in the world can use smartphones [...]
VG is a substituted amino acid derived via fermenting the naturally occurring antibiotic rhizobitoxine. After its activity was discovered [...]
The blushed-yellow Rainier cherry was released by Washington State University more than 50 years ago with little thought of [...]
A canker from the bacteria Pseudomonas syringae has developed in this young cherry tree.
Photo by Ken Johnson, OSU
New peach varieties from MSU are expected to fill the gaps in the profile of the Michigan peach industry.