A Washington tree fruit company has agreed, in an out-of-court settlement, to pay lost wages and rehire 18 seasonal foreign guestworkers in 2019 whom went on strike in 2017.
As part of USDA’s retaliatory tariff mitigation, the department is accepting bids from U.S. a
Chelan Fresh Marketing and Oneonta Starr Ranch Growers are among Washington companies promoting limi
Specifics aren’t being revealed, but Washington State University and the firm it hired to hel
For more than a decade apples have been Washington’s top value agricultural commodity and that continued in 2017 at $2.43 billion of the state’s total $10.6 billion in farmgate value.
Federal investigators have already checked records at winery, owner says.
The northern part of Okanogan County’s Methow Valley is being added to the Washington State Department of Agriculture’s apple maggot quarantine to try to slow spread of the pest that’s already in some commercial orchards there.
Washington Employment Security Department proposes fee, enforcing H-2A rules
Washington’s apple crop looks like it’s 10.8 percent smaller than estimated two months ago. Fruit set was lighter than first thought due to cool weather during bloom and pollination. The smaller crop should give growers, packers and...
Without fungicides, mature hazelnut orchards in Oregon may have perished due to Eastern Filbert Blight years ago, according to a study published by Oregon State University.
Texas pecan growers are about to find out what the front line of an international trade war is like
Copper Cane Wines & Provisions, of California, has canceled contracts to buy at least 2,000 tons of wine grapes from Southern Oregon growers due to smoke taint from this year’s wildfires.
Idaho vineyards mostly recovered this year after a heavy, long-lasting winter wreaked havoc on the 2017 crop.
The agreed upon prices are well below last year’s initial level of 96.5 cents per pound.