Researchers work to harness bacteriophages to take on antibiotic-resistant pathogens in orchards and vineyards.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has awarded Washington state $4.7 million to support specialty crop projects in 2022. The Washington
The Honey Bee Health Coalition has released a new edition of “Tools for Varroa Management.”
The Washington State Grape Society and Washington State University hosted a field day Aug. 11 focused on WSU’s vineyard technology research, especially in the arena of spray technology.
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.
Michigan Pomesters held its 11th annual Ridgefest field day July 28, touring research trials at Michigan State University’s Clarksville Research Center in Clarksville.