Fatal attraction

New lures for female codling moths could provide the basis of mass trapping pest control program for organic growers. Read More »

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Revealing risks with RNA

Testing biomarkers in Honeycrisp at harvest can estimate chances of storage disorders and inform marketing decisions. Read More »

A shot in the dark

Nighttime applications of ultraviolet light show promise for powdery mildew control. Read More »

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  • Jeremy Leavitt, food safety and compliance director for Borton Fruit, says the company’s new facility in Yakima, Washington, includes every food-safety-first design element and technology he wanted. Shown here in May, the plant is expected to start operations this fall. (TJ Mullinax/Good Fruit Grower)

Food safety first

New Borton Fruit facility, designed from ground up with food safety in mind, expected to reduce risks and costs.

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Wine grape growers in Southwest Michigan try cane burial to help grapevines survive winter cold snaps.

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