Land & Livestock Report
Fruit Grower Report
Plant-Based Myths Pt 2
Water Situation Could Get Worse
Fruit Grower ReportTree fruit storage can be tricky at times, but Valent's Allison Walston might be able to help.
Farm of the FutureWhat can feral apple trees teach us about the potential for orchards to be more resilient?
Fruit BitesFruit Bites for Aug 30-Sept 1 ... Field Update
Fruit BitesFruit Bites for August 23-25 ... ACM
Fruit Grower ReportWashington State Tree Fruit Association president, Jon DeVaney shares his thoughts on the forecast numbers that came out recently for the 2022 Washington apple harvest.
Fruit BitesFruit Bites for August 16-18 ... Apple Grower of the Year
Idaho Ag TodayKyle Nagy is Superintendent and Orchard Operations Manager at
the Sandpoint Organic Agriculture Cente.
Idaho Ag TodayKyle Nagy’s Superintendent and Orchard Operations Manager.
of the Sandpoint Organic Agriculture Center.
Fruit Grower ReportExporting is still a challenge for ag producers, and Washington Apple Commission president Todd Fryhover shares what it's meant for his share of the tree fruit industry.
Farm of the FutureUnique varieties of apples that are well-suited for cider making are commanding a premium.
Farm of the FutureCider makers are bringing the same amount of complexity and art to their craft as winemakers are known for.
Idaho Ag TodayKyle Nagy is Superintendent and Orchard Operations Manager.
Fruit Grower ReportYakima County Pest Board's Keith Mathews says much like pandemic, public's help is needed to control invasive pests.
Fruit BitesFruit Bites for July 5-7 ... Apple BMPs
Fruit Grower ReportFrom the Ag Information Network, I’m Bob Larson with today’s Fruit Grower Report. Exporting northwest tree fruit has been a particular challenge in recent months and years, and apples are no exception.
Fruit Grower ReportWashington Apple Commission president Todd Fryhover breaks down the export challenges the apple industry is facing.
Fruit Grower ReportThe Washington State Department of Agriculture has begun trapping season on invasive pests, and WSDA's Karla Salp talks about what's being done.