IFG: Early ripening cherries and exotic flavored grapes will gain ground in 2023
International Fruit Genetics recently published its 2023 forecast of fruit breeding trends with a focus on cherries and table grapes. According to the company, [...]
Mexico: Main ports inaugurate new Smart and Safe Port system (PIS)
It is an integral technological platform installed in each Administration of the Port System
Number of Peruvian exporting companies to the United States went from 582 to 946 in the agricultural sector and from 80 to 180 in the agricultural sector between 2009 and 2022
(Agraria.pe) Between January and November 2022, total Peruvian exports to the United States totaled US$7,730 billion, showing an increase of 23.4% compared to what was achieved in [...]
Maine small farmers see benefits from USDA census
Smallholder farmers in Maine are encouraged to complete the most recent US Department of Agriculture census to ensure they have a say in federal decisions that will shape [...]
Agro-export: How much does Rapel produce and how much has it invested in the last 10 years in Piura?
In dialogue with Infomercado, Pablo Eyheralde, Rapel's general manager, said that of the 4000 hectares owned by the company, 3000 are highly productive for fruits such as table grapes, blueberries, and Tahiti lemon. Find out more in the following note.
Platero's cradle, unstoppable
The activity of the Moguereña entity does not stop. Its new projects take the form of both research and the technological improvement of its fruit and vegetable center.
Agrícola Cerro Prieto shipped its thousandth container of fresh blueberries this season
(Agraria.pe) Agrícola Cerro Prieto (ACP) has just set a record, exporting its 1.000th container of fresh blueberries (16 tons each container) in its 2022/2023 campaign. “We renew our commitment [...]
"Blueberry promotions are working wonderfully"
According to Fred Douven of abbGrowers (Netherlands), there is a high demand for blueberries. “Most of the blueberries come from Chile. The Peruvian supply is also going well. In addition, they are now [...]
An increase in Peruvian blueberry exports is expected despite political instability
In this installment of the 'Agronometrics In Charts' series, Sarah Ilyas surveys the state of the Peruvian blueberry season. Each week, the series looks at a different horticultural product, focusing on a specific origin or theme and visualizing the market factors that are driving change.
CAES researchers examine blueberry quality issues for Georgia growers
While blueberries are known to be susceptible to postharvest injury, which causes the fruit to soften or split during harvesting, handling, and storage, UGA researchers are trying to find out why some crops experience higher losses.