A visit to a high-density Ambrosia and Honeycrisp orchard overlooking the upper stretches of Okanagan Lake brought the International Fruit Tree Association summer tour to a conclusion.
Tree fruit growers in British Columbia, Canada, are planting cherries in places where they won’t pick until mid-September.
A glimpse of 30,000 apple varieties in various stages of propagation overlooking the shores of Okanagan Lake highlighted the first day of the International Tree Fruit Association summer tour through British Columbia.
The Washington State Fruit Commission will hold its Board of Directors meeting on May 16 in Richland, Washington. Here is
There’s something about all the hands-on work that attracted Nick French, a former Air Force mechanic, to the wine industry. He likes getting his hands a little dirty and working with equipment.
Rob Blakey, shown here in a Pasco, Washington, orchard, specializes in postharvest issues. (TJ Mullinax/Good Fruit Grower) Washington
The children of Max E. Benitz Sr. have published a book about their late father, a Washington state senator and