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January 17th, 2018|0 Comments
Michigan grower finds niche with abundance of heritage varieties.
Third-year Washington trial offers new insight into cropping capabilities.
January 17th, 2018|1 Comment
Will the investment in eco-certification for your vineyard pay off? It depends.
Juice grape prices inching up, but acreage decline continues.
January 11th, 2018|0 Comments
Airborne exports through Sea-Tac help make up for tough domestic year for sweet cherries.
January 9th, 2018|2 Comments
Transitioning tree fruit to organic production was the focus of a Washington State University NextGen Growers tour in July at High Point Orchards in Pasco,
January 9th, 2018|1 Comment
Washington’s organic apple growers adding 10,000 new acres in just a few years.
January 9th, 2018|0 Comments
New facility to improve cherry movement through Sea-Tac.
January 4th, 2018|0 Comments
family background / Conner along with his cousin Clint Sullivan started their business after growing up learning agriculture from their grandfather, Robert, and fathers, Patrick
Three faculty members from Cornell University’s New York State Agricultural Experiment Station have retired. Together, they represent 91 years of experience in research at Cornell.
January 3rd, 2018|0 Comments
Any grower can walk through an orchard, pointing out all his or her decisions to make good fruit. But can he tell you the costs?
Trade agreements, farm bill likely targets for 2018.
With talk of tariffs and ending NAFTA, the apple industry must use defense, data and offense to protect exports.
December 27th, 2017|0 Comments
Results from Washington state questionnaire help paint picture of shifting fruit industry.
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