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.
This year’s WSTFA Annual Meeting and NW Hort Expo is going to a virtual platform.
First on-farm inspections under the Food Safety Modernization Act began in spring 2019.
A variety of resources available to help with training and implementation of food safety practices on the farm.
The integrated pest management foundation that entomologists Stan Hoyt and Everett Burts built decades ago still supports growers today.
New analysis shows suitable habitat for invasive sapsucker in Washington’s wine grape and tree fruit production regions.
The Washington State Tree Fruit Association plans more education for workers and lawmakers.
Temperature, humidity, solar radiation and other factors combine to create ‘high-pressure’ vintages.