Growers representing 90 percent of production volume voted to renew the Fresh Pear Committee of Marketing Order 927 for six years.
Washington Red Raspberry Commission hires law firm to probe practices of foreign competitors
The Hill Country lacked an adequate number of “chill hours” this winter.
White fiberglass nursery tree stakes are an eye catcher near Quincy, Wash., and new to the area as o
The Washington farm labor association known as WAFLA is recruiting its first El Salvadoran and Guatemalan H-2A-visa workers for Washington orchard work and Christmas bough harvests.
Three more beetles have been found to carry the tree-killing disease laurel wilt.
Russell Hanlin, who was president and CEO of Sunkist Growers for two decades, has died. The marketing cooperative says Hanlin was 84 when he died Tuesday
The region along the Columbia River east of Portland produces wines that match the changing climate and topography.
The USDA is considering issuing permits for a Florida firm to widen its field trials of a genetically modified virus containing defensin proteins from spinach as a tool to make trees resistant to huanglongbing.
For fruit growers in the Pacific Northwest, spring is the time for the annual struggle between keeping their trees alive and keeping conditions safe for the bees that pollinate those trees.
The navel orange crop in California’s San Joaquin Valley seemed to dodge major issues with fungus and rot as the harvest is about 70 percent complete.
The OSU research and Extension station in Hood River has seen staff turnover and research interruptions.
Graduates of Washington’s 2016-2017 Latino Ag Education Program were celebrated by the state’s wine industry in Prosser.