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With below-zero lows through at least next week, area fruit farmers kept a positive outlook.

Increase the profitability of your vineyard with information gleaned at the upcoming Northeast Ohio Winter Grape School.

Editor:Your June 5 issue contained a column by Scott Shalaway titled, Grapevines are aggressive, but not deadly. Both the title of the article and...

Gene Sigel found his calling in the pages of the Farm and Dairy.

Lesson learned: Grapevines are important to the ecosystem.

One winery with vines in Ashtabula and Lake counties claims it will have 100 percent bud kill on the vinifera.

In an effort to boost Ohio's wine industry, researchers with Ohio State University Extension and the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center (OARDC) are determining what new wine grape varieties can survive and thrive in Ohio's climate.

GENEVA, N.Y. -- Got Concord in the refrigerator, Pinot in the wine rack or Thompson seedless in the fruit bowl? These familiar grape varieties will be making room for the next generation of improved grapes, with a boost from two grants totaling $4.5 million.

BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. -- Good fences make for good neighbors, especially if the fence provides fresh, homegrown fruit every year.

Township loses case against Mahoning County winery. The township claimed it was not an agricultural business, and was not exempt from zoning regulations. The Ohio Supreme Court decided otherwise.