Spring planting is probably on your mind. Whether you’re waiting for new varieties to arrive, or old favorites that have regained their popularity, replanting the orchard is an ongoing task.
The root of tree health is fertility, and fertility begins in the soil. Simply amending the soil or using a foliar spray each season isn’t the answer to orchard fertility; these are merely tools used to address concerns.
Consider value-added options to boost market share.
Making the conventional-to-organic switch, branding the farm name and discovering the health properties of blueberry leaves marked this farm’s path to success.
Here are some secrets for applying blueberry best practices for a rewarding harvest.
Here’s how to apply dormant pruning techniques to yield first-class fruit.
Solid interest may help industry rebuild.
Before you clean and store the harvest bags, or perform a safety check of those ladders, evaluate your orchard practices through the lens of ergonomics.
Energy efficiency, if it can improve the bottom line of a farmer, is a very important part of saving money and being sustainable on the farm
The grape phylloxera insect is one of the most destructive in many countries, according to entomologists at The Ohio State University. Its destruction is much …