Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association’s annual convention reaches a mighty milestone.
The first steps taken to prepare yourself for a career in any industry can be quite simple.
Growers’ needs being considered in design for unique scion trial grove.
After Hurricane Irma took a toll on production, growers hope for better days ahead.
Mike Stuart has been at the helm of Florida’s Fruit & Vegetable Association for more than 25 years.
NAFTA and China heavily influence the flow of goods in and out of the state.
Organics are hot. Consumer demand and continued market growth are creating more opportunities for farmers.
Scientific progress and fortitude helping the Sunshine State’s signature crop and its producers grow stronger amid adversity.
Longtime state award program continues to raise awareness about individuals who’ve made a lasting impact on the farming industry.
Researchers vetting fragrant, flavorful alternative crop for commercial production possibility.
Latest USDA crop estimate comes up sour again for growers fighting disease, hurricane, and real estate pressures.
Measure included in proposed piece of legislation would provide the plant legalized status.
Fast food giant makes major commitment to fresh produce grown exclusively indoors.
Multiple findings of exotic pest push local agriculture officials to launch eradication efforts.
Farmers’ feedback needed to help secure future funding for horticulture programs across the country.
The performance of your farm equipment in the peak season depends on maintaining it throughout the off-season.
NOAA issues forecast that includes a 75% chance tropical activity will be near or above-normal.
Despite still no cure for the devastating disease, the ongoing concerted effort to keep trees as productive as possible is beyond impressive.
Unique biocontrol strategy could help vegetable growers manage deadly plant pathogen.
Crop segments aside, there’s strength, grit, hope, challenge, passion, selflessness, and service that deeply root all involved in this field.