With apple crops lighter in Europe and Michigan, Washington is in a better position a little earlier than normal to move its large crop, the Washington Apple Commission president says.
The Northwest Horticultural Council, representing Northwest tree fruit in NAFTA negotiations, is ske
With the first Cosmic Crisp apples reaching grocery stores in two years, the Washington apple indust
Wine country is recovering from wildfires, but rebuilding tourism remains a challenge.
Federal agriculture officials have reduced expectations for Florida's citrus crop for the coming year
The estimated size of Washington’s 2017 apple crop grew for the second month in a row. Smaller crops in Europe and elsewhere could boost Washington exports and help grower returns.
Montana cherry growers have voted to end a 'checkoff' based on sales that funded research and development programs
Great wine starts with great grapes, the kind that can't survive an 8-month-long winter
Media magnate and former presidential candidate Steve Forbes touted the future of agriculture because of technology and automation during the 2017 Almond Conference.
Too much fruit and too many packing lines spells pain for the Washington tree fruit industry but consolidations will bring gains, lenders tell growers.
The Almond Board of California is using a portion of a temporary 1-cent assessment increase to research new uses for hulls, shells and woody biomass as well as opening new markets for the nut.
Florida citrus producers are looking to a Seattle company to help rebuild the state’s citrus orchards devastated by disease and recent hurricanes.
Agriculture Capital Management, an investment firm, has bought thousands of acres of farmland and several packing facilities in Oregon and California since 2014.
As an increasing number of agricultural produces in southwestern Idaho turn to the H-2A foreign guest worker program, housing authorities are scrambling to find enough units to house those workers.