A new method for predicting bitter pit shows promise for New York Honeycrisp.
Residents and growers asked to report sightings, even from last season.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed the Farm Workforce Modernization Act with bipartisan support on March 18. Originally introduced and
Precision crop load management project seeks to bring technology to a tedious orchard task, helping growers maximize crop value.
Registration is open for Produce Safety Alliance Grower Training courses in March and April, subsidized by the Washington State Department
Wine growers around the globe rely on rootstocks to provide pest resistance, control vigor and help them adapt to site conditions. But for Washington growers who have traditionally planted own-rooted vines, trying to select rootstocks for new plantings in light of recent findings of phylloxera, rootstocks can seem like a bit of a brave new world.