As interest grows on the climate implications of agriculture, it raises questions the industry needs more research to answer.
Want to learn more about soil health and the Washington Soil Health Initiative? Growers and industry members are invited to
Precision crop load management and the computer vision technology that is gradually improving its accuracy was a major topic during the Cornell Cooperative Extension Lake Ontario Fruit Program’s annual summer fruit tour held in Orleans County, New York, on Aug. 9.
A hearty group of about 50 growers, industry professionals and researchers gathered under the hot sun — and in the shade, where they could find it — in Grandview, Washington, for a Smart Orchard field day held July 26 in English and July 27 in Spanish.
Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Lake Ontario Fruit Summer Tour 2022 will be held Aug. 9 in eastern Orleans County, New York.
Michigan State University Extension is hosting a new conference for the Michigan grape and wine industry. Dirt to Glass 2022: