Washington Tree Fruit Research Commission wants industry members engaged in creating their future.
Nonprofit founder will discuss ongoing project about food and farming during Great Lakes EXPO.
Following phylloxera findings, Washington wine grape growers rooting for information on rootstocks.
Identifying and managing phylloxera, a common grape pest that is popping up in Washington, dominated the presentations and displays Thursday at the 2019 annual meeting of the Washington State Grape Society in Grandview. An estimated 255 people attended Day 1 of the two-day gathering, which continues Friday at the Grandview Nazarene Church.
Temperature, humidity, solar radiation and other factors combine to create ‘high-pressure’ vintages.
Eastern apple growers report a rise in sudden collapse of seemingly healthy young dwarf trees, but is it a new problem or just highly stressed orchards felled by regular foes such as winter injury and drought?