A new apple variety, SugarBee, that may rival Honeycrisp, is being test marketed for the first time in stores this month by Chelan Fresh Marketing.
Australian farmers rely heavily on thousands of young backpackers traversing the Outback to pick their produce each year.
The navel orange harvest is proceeding in the San Joaquin Valley, and growers are reporting good fru
Technology and Washington’s new Cosmic Crisp apple are among many topics orchardists will hear and talk about at the Washington State Tree Fruit Association’s annual meeting, Dec. 5-7.
The Washington State Wine Commission is expanding its research seminars for both sides of the state in 2017.
The California Strawberry Commission has hired a former Washington State University and University of Florida scientist to help growers with production-related challenges.
The California giant is building a 68,000-square-foot winery in McMinnville, in the heart of Oregon's Pinot noir country.
Despite an abundance of Bartlett causing a dip from high prices, it looks like a pear crop moderate in size but good in quality will bring good returns for Northwest growers.
A large Central Washington tree fruit company is buying a former dam construction village perhaps to use for farmworker housing.
About 450 people attended Washington’s annual Tilth Conference in Wenatchee where the keynote speaker, a New Hampshire apple grower, focused on soil health.
A Washington tree fruit grower who lost his workforce in 2013 after a federal audit now says a year later he fell victim to an unfair U.S. Department of Labor wage and hour investigation that’s still ongoing.