For the fourth consecutive year, the Washington Tree Fruit Research Commission has conducted a trial to provide the Northwest cherry industry basic information about residues of commonly used pesticides.
These studies are intended to help growers
There is likely not a “best” apple rootstock, though the replant-tolerant Geneva rootstocks (G.41, G.214, G.935, G.210, G.30, G.890) are much better than the available standards of Budagovksy 9, Mark, Malling 9 clones, M.26 and
One of the great strengths of the American food industry is the strong partnerships between universities and grower groups. That’s especially evident in Washington State, where Washington State University has a huge and positive presence
The much anticipated WA 38 apple variety will go by the brand name Cosmic Crisp, Washington State University announced today.
The university also unveiled a new web page for the variety.
The name derives from little
Cornell University, New York, is asking growers to complete an online survey of how stinkbugs are affecting crops.
The university is surveying growers to assess the impact of the brown marmorated stinkbug on crops and is