Recently published articles featured on Good Fruit Grower.

  • Understand key roles of roots

Understand key roles of roots

  • April 20th, 2015
Knowing more about what’s below ground might translate into improved yields and better informed management decisions.
  • Promising pear rootstocks

Promising pear rootstocks

  • April 16th, 2015
Researchers study Amelanchier and quince selections as pear rootstocks for Pacific Northwest.

Keep varieties updated

  • April 15th, 2015
Orchards need to be renovated to produce the kind of fruit that’s in demand.
  • Canners need Bartletts

Canners need Bartletts

  • April 15th, 2015
Grandy closes almost 20 years as manager of pear bargaining group by sealing a three-year contract with record prices for growers.

Apple specialist retires

  • April 13th, 2015

Leslie Huffman, apple specialist with the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, [...]

Growers get tree audits

  • April 3rd, 2015

Fruit Rights Australia Inc., a company set up a year ago to deter illegal [...]

  • Nova Scotia revisited

Nova Scotia revisited

  • April 2nd, 2015
Nova Scotia has earned a reputation for producing the best Honeycrisp apples.

WSU to rerelease WA 2

  • April 2nd, 2015
WA 2, which stays crisp and improves in flavor, has good potential for late-season sales.

B.C. growers elect board

  • April 2nd, 2015

Members of the B.C. Fruit Growers’ Association in British Columbia, Canada, reelected Fred Steele [...]

  • Preparing for lift-off

Preparing for lift-off

  • April 1st, 2015

Proprietary Variety Management—the company that is managing the commercialization of Washington State University’s WA [...]

  • Packers join forces

Packers join forces

  • March 31st, 2015
Valley Fruit and Larson Fruit are building a new apple packing line.
  • Big hopes for small apple

Big hopes for small apple

  • March 30th, 2015

The Italian company Kiku Variety Management has big hopes for its small apple called [...]

A model for apple thinning

  • March 20th, 2015
Carbohydrate model and good weather information support grower decisions for apple thinning.