A new high-security laboratory funded by the citrus industry is being built near the University of California-Riverside to study the pathogen that causes the deadly tree disease huanglongbing.
Washington and Michigan eye larger fall apple crops and New York’s early forecast comes soon.
A strong dollar, small crop and high prices all contributed to a decline in Washington apple exports
A heavy rain damaged Washington’s cherry crop June 18, but there’s still plenty of fru
The winery said its felling of the oaks was in compliance with the law, and that it would be planting 5,000 young oaks on its properties.
A majority of organic fresh pear growers and shippers in the Pacific Northwest have decided to drop out of generic promotions by The Pear Bureau Northwest in favor of promoting their own brands.
Production of strawberries and other berries in California are making gains after getting off to a slow start because of winter rains.
The United States, Washington and Idaho may set new records in hop acreage harvested this year while Oregon is far short of its record set in 1935.
Growers say apricot yields in California are up slightly from last year. Harvest is expected to continue through the end of this month.
Oregon's berry evangelist laid the groundwork for what has become an industry nationally known for high quality and with an annual farmgate value of $200 million.
Washington and Oregon cherry growers are well into harvest with finding enough workers their main issue as fruit quality stands up to first blast of hot weather.
Prune producers in California are expecting yields of less than half of what they were last year after cold, wet and windy weather in March spoiled the blossom. Federal officials say this could be the smallest prune crop in a century of record-keeping.