The Northwest Horticultural Council and Northwest Fruit Exporters have been looking at a merger for two years. It may or may not happen.
A price slide for almonds, walnuts and pistachios is the first sign of adversity that California tre
Italy remained the world’s top producer for the second straight year.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services doesn’t seem interested in helping a foreign guestw
Washington crops could be endangered by brown marmorated stink bugs next year. An uptick in trappings has scientists concerned.
Pistachio growers in the San Joaquin Valley are wrapping up their harvest of an anticipated record crop.
The harvest of walnuts in Northern California is resuming this week after rain stopped work for several days. The shaking and sweeping should be finished before the end of October.
Apples led Washington’s agricultural production for the 11th year in a row in 2015 with $2.4 billion of the state’s total $10.7 billion in farmgate value.
2016 looks to be another great year for grapes, particularly in terms of quality.
Washington’s 2016 apple crop is growing and the larger it becomes the more challenging the sales season becomes.
Pacific Northwest wines, one from Oregon and one from Washington, have picked up a pair of distinguished honors.
Orchards south of Wenatchee, Wash., are being damaged by elk again as they were last winter. The state Fish and Wildlife Department has nearly doubled elk hunting permits in the area this fall.
The vineyard purchase is Jackson Family Wine's fourth in Oregon since 2013, and could mean significant change has come to an accomplished sector of the state's agriculture.
If the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry confirms the new infections, it will set new quarantine boundaries.