New Mexico agriculture officials are issuing a quarantine in hopes of stopping the spread of an invasive bug threatening the state's pecan industry
Idaho ranks third in the country in total H-2A applications filed and the number of Idaho ag produce
Washington Ecology proposes rules for wine wastewater
Big growth in number of trees coupled with the first uptick in apple acreage in years shows the comp
Of the 1,200 wineries in Sonoma, Napa and Mendocino, about 10 were destroyed or heavily damaged.
Washington’s wine grape vineyards expanded in the last six years at a little more than half the rate they expanded in the prior five years.
The number of agricultural foreign guestworkers in the U.S. keeps increasing but the system may not keep up with the need, a national farm employer advocate says.
A southwestern Idaho hop farm is trying to become the first producer in Idaho to grow blueberries successfully on a large scale. The farm has grown them for two years now and is trying to overcome low yields and high soil pH issues.
The timber was harvested, cut, dried, milled tongue-in-groove and prepared for a seamless, no-hammer, no-saw construction.
The ringleader behind a nearly $1 million theft from Zirkle Fruit Company has been sentenced to nearly six years in prison for a payroll scheme
With harvest almost complete, Washington’s apple crop is 5.8 percent greater than anticipated at picking start three months ago. It adds to price pressure.
Tim Ramsey, former CEO of Oregon Cherry Growers, expects to put his food processing expertise to use as he takes charge of Wilco.
Strata, a new hop cultivar, has emerged from the public-private partnership between Indie Hops and Oregon State University.
Pecan weevil was found in pecan orchards in multiple counties in southeast New Mexico.