Featured stories about Peaches appear in this issue.
Grow just one variety. Growing one variety will limit your marketing season and the number of times consumers can come back to buy [...]
In the Geneva double curtain system, the canopy is divided into two curtains that run down both sides of the vine row.
by Melissa [...]
Photo courtesy of Rachel Elkins, UC
While Washington growers are concerned about how they’re going to grow organic apples and pears without antibiotics to guard [...]
The solid-set spray system was shown in action last year at field days attended by growers. This one was at the Michigan State University [...]
Arkansas peach breeder John Clark says it is the young workers, the breeding trainees, who will make the best use of marker-assisted breeding enabled [...]
After four years of collecting data, Penn State University horticulturalist Dr. Jim Schupp has arrived at some conclusions about how peach growers should grow [...]
fruit photos courtesy of Adams County Nursery
For seven years now, Rutgers University of New Jersey and Adams County Nursery in Aspers, Pennsylvania, have been [...]
Hail nets protect an orchard in Italy.
Apple growers in New York, and in the northeastern quadrant of the United States generally, are moving toward [...]
Like many Yakima Valley wine grape growers, Dick Boushey was an apple grower first. His last apple block has been replanted to wine grapes, [...]