After Hurricane Irma took a toll on production, growers hope for better days ahead.
Organics are hot. Consumer demand and continued market growth are creating more opportunities for farmers.
Despite still no cure for the devastating disease, the ongoing concerted effort to keep trees as productive as possible is beyond impressive.
Keep pesticide resistance at bay by mixing up your crop protection recipe.
Congressman Tom Rooney caps off his service to Florida and earns honor by leading the charge to secure much-needed disaster relief funds for growers.
Annual report shows real estate market firing on all cylinders in the Sunshine State.
There’s still time to let lawmakers know why it is important not to add drastic cost increases on agricultural transportation with burdensome over-regulation.
Effectively managing pests in plasticulture crops requires the ability to dig a little deeper.
State grower association more relevant than ever in the era of HLB.
Feral swine are a big pain for growers and land owners. Here’s what you can do to protect your crops and property.
With robots, artificial intelligence, and machine vision showing up on the farm, the game of growing could be about to radically change.
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine calls for both basic and applied research for short- and long-term solutions.
It seems that if we listened to the anti-GMO arguments, we would freeze plant breeding and innovation in time and stifle advancements in productivity and other positive traits.
Keeping good records of expenditures and profits key to benchmarking business success.
Will opposition deny producers and consumers the benefits this technology has to offer?
Use new tools to improve profitability and sustainablity.
Longtime Plant City, FL-based operation Astin Farms taps into earliness and efficiency to overcome in a challenging environment.
All orange forecast at 45 million boxes, 35% off the previous year.
Facing challenges to success in new growth areas, Florida producers are required and ready to adapt again.
Hurricane takes the wind out of a good crop, but many aim to nurse trees back to health as best they can.