By Shannon Dininny|2016-04-11T09:30:03+00:00April 11th, 2016|
Subsurface irrigation shows potential for Concords, too.
By Shannon Dininny|2016-04-11T09:11:05+00:00April 11th, 2016|
Study shows growers can reduce near-harvest irrigation of cherries without harming trees, fruit.
By Dave Weinstock|2016-05-06T08:25:33+00:00April 5th, 2016|
The East Coast is experiencing a second round of winter, and the anticipated freezing temperatures could affect some fruit growers
By Geraldine Warner|2016-04-04T12:25:40+00:00April 4th, 2016|
The cost of producing apples has been rising faster than expected, largely because of increasing labor costs, but costs can
By Ross Courtney|2016-04-04T11:11:29+00:00April 1st, 2016|
While not exactly new anywhere, mechanical hedging is seeing a youthful surge on both sides of the U.S. as a
By Good Fruit Grower|2016-04-04T11:11:50+00:00March 30th, 2016|
The Hudson Valley Research Laboratory has hired tree fruit plant pathologist Dr. Srdjan Acimovic.
Acimovic earned his doctorate in plant pathology
By Ross Courtney|2016-03-25T10:47:29+00:00March 25th, 2016|
Pollination comes with problems. Bloom dates don’t overlap, honeybee colonies fail, weather doesn’t cooperate. The list goes on.
Matt Whiting foresees
By Bas van den Ende|2016-03-23T14:21:17+00:00March 23rd, 2016|
Results from Bartlett pears grown on Tatura trellis in Australia
By Ross Courtney|2016-03-23T14:08:00+00:00March 23rd, 2016|
For decades, apple growers have used Manchurian crab apples to pollinate their fruit.
The crab apples bloom early, and Snowdrift apples
By Ross Courtney|2016-03-23T14:00:30+00:00March 23rd, 2016|
Findings show treatments before and after harvest reduce infection rates.