Using palissage to slow vigorous vines

By |February 5th, 2018|

Tucking or wrapping shoots to slow growth offers promising alternative to hedging for canopy control in Cornell trials.

Five tips for tying grapevines

By |February 5th, 2018|

Michigan State University viticulture extension educator has some tricks to make work easier in the vineyard.

A flash of enhancement for red grapes

By |February 5th, 2018|

Hopes are high that new technology can improve Michigan reds.

Oliver May, a young grower from Alderdale, Washington

By |February 2nd, 2018|

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family background/ Oliver started farming at age 27 with his parents, Milo and Kay May, along the banks of the

Hansen: Two sciences must grow together

By |January 30th, 2018|

Grape growing research must not ignore the research involved in winemaking.

The ripe way for pears in postharvest

By |January 30th, 2018|

Specialist Rob Blakey makes industrywide recommendations for postharvest pear ripening.

After loss, important postharvest research continues

By |January 30th, 2018|

Colleagues carry on cherry and pear postharvest projects of the late Yan Wang of Oregon State University, with some intriguing new findings.

Researchers discover a coat of armor for cherries

By |January 30th, 2018|

A thin film of gum acacia shows promise to prevent splitting in packing house trials.

John Grubb, a young grower from Wenatchee, Washington

By |January 26th, 2018|

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family background/ John is a fourth-generation cherry grower who pursued degrees in sustainable agriculture, integrated plant science and fruit and

Ohio grower adds a touch of tech to his orchard

By |January 26th, 2018|

Former information-technology specialist uses computer skills in pick-your-own venture.

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