I find myself consumed with the details in this issue’s cover — a brilliant painting by Cleveland artist Brooke Figer. Yes, it’s just a [...]
Disharoon, an old, north Georgia apple thought to have been cultivated by native Americans, came to Lee Calhoun’s orchard [...]
The upper slopes of Washington’s Red Mountain come alive in the spring with flowers of lupine, phlox, [...]
Orchard structure will be a critical factor in the success of the tree fruit industry of the future because [...]
A sticky trap monitors beneficial insect abundance near flowering yarrow plants. After evaluating more than [...]
Left: D’Anjou grows well in the Pacific Northwest’s dry climate. Right: This photo was taken at the National Clonal [...]
The name Ambrosia reflects the aromatic flavor of the apple.
Courtesy Sally & Wilfrid Mennell
Honeycrisp has set the standard [...]
Tilling the soil releases carbon into the atmosphere, but does the compost that organic growers apply compensate for that?
Restoring native sagebrush steppe habitat in and near vineyards and wineries in central Washington could attract more than [...]