By Dave Weinstock|2016-04-11T11:30:44+00:00April 13th, 2016|
Researchers encourage growers to match a rootstock’s ability to absorb nutrients to those nutrients found in the soil.
By Dave Weinstock|2016-03-25T16:33:06+00:00March 28th, 2016|
Researchers are no longer optimistic that bug first detected in 2014 can be quickly eradicated.
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.
By Good Fruit Grower|2016-03-16T13:14:43+00:00March 16th, 2016|
Oregon State University has named David Stone, a public health toxicologist and communications expert, as the new director of its
By Dave Weinstock|2016-03-18T11:34:41+00:00March 16th, 2016|
The first apple scab spores of the season have been detected in both Pennsylvania and New York orchards, according to
By Ross Courtney|2016-03-09T09:54:17+00:00March 11th, 2016|
Northwest growers advised to watch for American plum borer.
By O. Casey Corr|2016-03-11T17:02:39+00:00March 10th, 2016|
A wasp no bigger than a flea could be the best tool against brown marmorated stinkbug.
By Ross Courtney|2016-03-09T09:44:20+00:00March 9th, 2016|
Growers may be forced to take different steps to control pests as resistance buildup continues.
By Good Fruit Grower|2016-03-08T14:20:36+00:00March 8th, 2016|
The Washington State Department of Agriculture has schedule two events for growers to dispose of unwanted pesticides.
Here’s the announcement: