The head of a Slovenian group to protect Teran said Croatia used out-of-date documents to outline its case.
Terry Flanagan, who helped establish the modern wine industry in Northcentral Washington, has died a
An International Fruit Tree Association gathering drew growers from around the world where new varie
A noted Southern Oregon viticulture climatologist says we should be headed to more normal weather pa
New prediction models of a Decision Aid System for Washington tree fruit growers will be tested this year for fruit size, honeybee foraging and blossom timing.
Washington apple exports to Mexico, China and India are up compared to last year but could be better if the dollar was weaker and fruit was smaller.
Having larger fruit is important in positioning California prunes against foreign competitors.
A large Washington tree fruit company is building what is probably the largest and most advanced automated packed fruit storage and shipping facility in the state.
As the value of U.S. wine exports reached a record $1.62 billion in 2016, wine industry representatives are working to keep markets open in the wake of global uncertainty over U.S. trade policy.
Farmers seek legislative shelter from class-action lawsuits over back pay claims
One of the largest wine packing suppliers in North America says global competition continues to impact the business. There are 30 to 40 wine bottle suppliers west of the Rockies.
Two apple growers won elections and have been appointed to the Washington Apple Commission by the director of the state Department of Agriculture.
Initial results of the “smart bee storage” facility show winter death loss at 6 to 7 percent.
It’s not the worst but not the best year in Washington apple prices as a large crop in the state and nationally and an abundance of Red Delicious and Gala hold prices down.