Washington apple producers have benefited from full varietal access to China, which is also stepping up its export game
Imports of Chinese pears in the U.S. are slowly growing while imports of U.S. pears in China maybe s
Northwest Fruit Exporters and the Northwest Horticultural Council are working toward joint operation
Oregon’s Willamette Valley is best known for Pinot noir wines, but vineyards see increased op
The U.S. hops industry has crossed the summit from too little supply to the start of too much as inventory is up for the second March in a row. Acreage and prices will start to decline next year, sources say.
Up to 80 percent of south Georgia’s blueberry crop and 85 percent of South Carolina’s peach crop are gone.
Cindy Cooper, plants services program manager at Washington State Department of Agriculture
An unusually mild winter and early arrival of springlike temperatures may be welcomed by north Alabamians, but they are a cause for concern for some area peach growers
When St. Paul Mountain Vineyards first wanted to grow French vinifera, or grape vines, in Henderson County, most thought it was likely doomed for failure
Reallocating dollars and encouraging shippers to use the Washington apple logo more overseas to build brand identity are two ways the Washington Apple Commission is trying to heighten promotions in an increasingly competitive global market.
Oregon is known for its wine grapes, but research at Oregon State University showed table grapes might have a place as well.
The crop shrinks. Prices drop. Washington apple marketers continue to deal with selling their second largest crop amid a strong national crop year.
In 1973, Papagni built a state-of-the-art winery in Madera. It was the first valley winery to produce wine from its own specific grape varieties.
Pruning, bloom and the start of cherry harvest are all being delayed this year in Central Washington because of prolonged winter weather compared to the two most recent years.