Hurricane takes the wind out of a good crop, but many aim to nurse trees back to health as best they can.
GenNext Grower Justin Sorrells looks back to see what the future might hold.
La Niña, where art thou? Normal wintertime weather pattern taking a walk on the wet side in Sunshine State.
May I get a drum roll, please? In the category recognizing 2018’s Herb of the Year, the honor […]
All sprays produce some drift — but paying attention to a few simple things can help keep your spray where it belongs.
Once bees bring sub-lethal chemicals back to the hive, a spiral effect can lead to colony death.
Clamoring for any remedy amid illness, consumers spiking sales of the citrus-based beverage for first time in five years.
The essential ingredient in beer carries with it benefits beyond just bittering and aroma.
Growers and researchers in North Florida and southern Georgia assess freeze protection tactics and crop tolerance to the extreme.
The FDA has launched a new FSMA landing page on FDA.gov to help stakeholders more easily access information and resources about […]
Product available for organic citrus, small fruits, tree crops, vegetables, and vines.
Late-night wrangling on Capitol Hill looks to finally pay off for producers still struggling in the wake of hurricane-related casualties.
USDA forecasters deduct 1 million boxes for undersized fruit and overabundant drop.
Annual gathering provides safe harbor for HLB and hurricane-harried industry.
The downloadable guide is designed to help young farmers understand, apply for microloans.
Specialty crop leadership programs offer opportunities to network, get involved in your industry.
Research turning up the heat on comparing plants exposed to various cold periods and others to conditions typical of a Floridian climate.