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Looming La Niña could mean colder and wetter than normal in the northern U.S. and drier than usual in the south.
There is strong-willed — some might even say stubborn — blood flowing through the veins of Florida growers.
Extraordinary times call for industrywide cooperation and partnerships.
With billions of dollars lost to Irma, financial assistance will be crucial for many.
Use cool tools to find out how your production methods may change in the future, how much your area is at risk, and how to limit your own impact on the climate.
Operators in designated counties eligible for emergency assistance.
Report says storm dropped enough gallons of water on Florida’s St. Johns River Water Management District to swamp 6.7 million football fields.
Initial USDA forecast reflects the fruits of what was left behind by monster storm.
Striking images from the field reveal not only the storm’s destructive nature, but also paths to recovery and reconstruction.
You don’t have to be a super hero, rock star, or award-winning scientist to aid farming. You can help by supporting professionalism in fields.
Ground zero perspective reveals how citrus and vegetable producers are facing different, daunting challenges in wake of destructive storm.
Gathering, analysis, and application still seems to be the best basic definition of precision agriculture.
Preliminary damage estimates confirm storm’s ferocity.
Cleaning up damage and small doses of nutrition the fastest path to helping blocks bounce back.
On Monday, Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) introduced his Agricultural Guestworker Act of 2017 bill, which would replace H-2A with an H-2C program. Rep. Goodlatte introduced the bill to the House Judiciary Committee, which he chairs.
National Honey Board, Project Apis.m investing in pollinator research.