University of Idaho fruit researchers have received grant funding for a project they believe could take peach and nectarine production in Idaho to a higher level.
Hop growers in Washington, Oregon and Idaho are concluding another harvest while pre-harvest invento
Growers need to think about the best tree structure for robotic picking, a researcher says.
Ocean Spray Cranberries estimates the 2016 global crop will be the largest ever, adding to a bulging
The USDA has approved a Canadian-developed Fuji apple, genetically modified to reduce browning when sliced, after approving GM Golden Delicious and Granny Smith apples from the same company in 2015.
California's Citrus Pest and Disease Prevention Program and California Citrus Mutual are hosting a series of meetings for crew bosses on how to teach employees to prevent the spread of the Asian citrus psyllid, which can carry the deadly tree disease...
A large new winery, located near the center of Central Washington, is nearing the end of its first $10 million in development to serve its own vineyards and those of others.
Washington State Department of Agriculture penalizes pesticide applicator $2,200 for incident that apple grower says caused $5.4 million in damages.
More than 1,000 people attended the annual Fruit Field Day event at University of Idaho's Parma research station. The event highlights the studies being conducted on fruit crops at the Parma station.
The growers' bargaining association announced the agreement.
Five partners have started a new tree fruit packing company, Pine Canyon Growers, in Orondo, Wash., north of Wenatchee.
Five growers will be the latest inductees into the San Joaquin County Agricultural Hall of Fame at a banquet in Stockton, Calif., in October.
With overseas markets becoming more competitive, it underscores the California Walnut Commission's desire to focus much of its energy on expanding domestic consumption of the nut, an industry leader says.
Researchers continue to pursue development of robotic apple pickers they say could be commercially available in three to five years.