The Smart Orchard project — a collaboration to understand the value of sensors and other precision agriculture technology to inform orchard management — will host a field day for the tree fruit industry on Friday, July 30, in Grandview, Washington.

Located in a highly variable Honeycrisp block owned by Washington Fruit and Produce, the Smart Orchard project hosts dozens of sensors and provides a central location for research projects. The project is a partnership between the Washington Tree Fruit Research Commission, Washington State University and, a Walla Walla, Washington based company that helps growers adopt data-driven farming.

The field day will run from 9 a.m. to noon and attendees are welcome to drop in as their schedule allows. The location is 3142 N. County Line, in Grandview.

For more information about the project and to register, visit