By Richard Lehnert|2015-06-16T10:12:00+00:00June 16th, 2015|
The Honeycrisp apple is a Cinderella story. A somewhat homely apple, almost rejected from its own breeding program, is given
By Geraldine Warner|2015-06-10T13:34:28+00:00June 9th, 2015|
Varieties are managed to create a controlled scarcity of product.
By Geraldine Warner|2015-06-16T10:14:29+00:00June 9th, 2015|
But there's not room in the grocery store for all the contenders.
By Geraldine Warner|2015-06-10T16:04:37+00:00June 8th, 2015|
Sink your teeth into this alphabet of apples
By Good Fruit Grower|2015-07-02T14:16:02+00:00June 4th, 2015|
Irrigation management is especially critical during drought years, when reduced mountain snowpack results in less irrigation water to orchards
By TJ Mullinax|2015-06-03T07:30:00+00:00June 2nd, 2015|
grower / Roseburg, Oregon
age / 34
crops / Diversified farm with fruits and hay
business / Kruse Farms
other experience / Fourth generation
By Richard Lehnert|2015-06-02T07:35:26+00:00June 2nd, 2015|
Will Honeycrisp become a victim of its popularity?
By Richard Lehnert|2015-06-01T10:11:13+00:00June 1st, 2015|
And who's going to buy them?
By O. Casey Corr|2015-06-01T14:10:30+00:00June 1st, 2015|
The June 2015 issue of Good Fruit Grower examines how new varieties are changing the economics of the apple industry.
By Richard Lehnert|2015-06-01T09:01:04+00:00June 1st, 2015|
The proliferation of new varieties is producer driven, not a result of pent-up consumer demand.