Compare these varieties’ disease resistances, regions, and other features to find the right one for you.
Less water creates conflicts. The growers who can demonstrate they can conserve water and who build political relationships will be the most likely to succeed.
Americans still love potatoes and tomatoes best, USDA reports. Based on per capita consumption, the two vegetables lead […]
What you need to know to identify and control this pest insect.
Growers in arid countries like Australia, Israel, and South Africa share what works for them.
Unlike the recent fatal E. coli outbreak linked to Yuma, AZ-grown romaine, the CDC was able to link the outbreak to a source quickly and issue a recall.
A new regulation due to go into effect June 18 may exacerbate the trucking shortage that’s impacted growers this year. The National Potato Council is petitioning President Trump and the Department of Transportation for revisions and an extension.
The Centers of Disease Control (CDC) announced four more people have died as a result of the Yuma, AZ-linked E. […]
Three new crop protection produces have been approved for new markets or are being introduced: an herbicide; a fungicide; and a biological fungicide.
While a radish cover crop does trap nitrogen in the fall, it does not supply nitrogen to subsequent crops, a study published in Agronomy Journal Abstract shows.
After identifying opportunities within the organic market, Wholesum Harvest has created a new enterprises with partners in an effort to fill those voids.
Here are a few stats shared by 265 farm marketers when the answered American Vegetable Grower‘s 2018 State […]
John Whitney offers a guide to USDA’s updated cool tools for all ages and offerings for those new to the ag scene.
After a surprise defeat in the House, the Farm Bill still has life in it. Here’s what you need to watch for (including a possible H-2C revival).
One GenNext Grower says if the agriculture industry wants to lure more fresh faces, it will need to up its game.
Monsanto’s Global Vegetables R&D Lead calls for consumers to embrace the remarkable sustainable advances the growing industry has made, even when they’re happening on non-local, non-organic, large farms.
Compare these varieties’ disease resistance, regions, and other features to find the right one for you.
American Vegetable Grower is looking for growers, researchers, and suppliers who have ideas and viewpoints everyone should know about. We’re looking for a fresh take on known issues, as well as shining a light on previously ignored challenges.
USDA’s ruling that hydroponic produce is eligible for organic labeling roiled the industry. One of the largest hydroponic growers in the U.S., however, is largely unfazed.
Steven Koike says understanding how diseases spread is key to managing them. Here are several ways it happens among plants.