Washington State University physiologist Lee Kalcsits has been named WSU’s endowed chair for tree fruit environmental physiology and management, according
Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Eastern New York Commercial Horticulture Program is hosting a webinar on modern peach and cherry training systems
Seen here in screenshots from the virtual meeting held Feb. 24, Washington State University’s Karen Lewis leads a discussion with
Michigan agricultural workers, like those seen here picking apples, will become eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine starting on March 1.
On Feb. 11, Western Growers announced a plan to accelerate development of harvest automation technology across high-value specialty crops. The
Federal trade officials have determined that imported blueberries are not hurting domestic growers, denying the industry’s request for relief. The