Looking back on past success can help the industry meet current pest management challenges.
Risk assessment map shows Washington soils in many growing regions are conducive to phylloxera.
Outgoing Washington Apple Education Foundation leader reflects on past, looks to future.
Two decades of research yields non-pheromone lure composed of plant volatiles, acetic acid.
As more consumers find their fresh fruit online, Washington Apple Commission is up to the challenge.
Aggregates, or bits of soil, with different sizes are ideal for trees.
A new SCRI grant funds scientists and economists to help fresh produce producers better protect produce safety.
The results of Washington Wine’s research program benefit industry, environment, community and consumers.