This annual industry gathering is such an important event, Jack Payne, Senior VP of UF/IFAS, has invited his entire leadership team — including the directors of all 12 UF/IFAS research centers and 14 academic department chairs — to participate.
Exotic whitefly, biocontrols, and alternative crops top industry event’s agenda.
Restaurants want fresh, safe, and well-handled produce.
Pomegranates, blackberries, and hops featured at the Florida Ag Expo.
Major challenges in specialty crops the focus of Florida Ag Expo panel discussion.
Ribbon cutting at Florida Ag Expo marks growth at facility.
Milestone industry event sets the bar high for the next decade to come.
More growers are considering pomegranates, blackberries, and even hops.
The industry event for the state’s fruit and vegetable growers is turning 10 while the UF/IFAS Center is celebrating its 90th year of service.
There will be plenty to see and learn during the milestone event’s exclusive field trials.
Nematode, disease, and weed management on deck for the 10th annual Florida Ag Expo.
Demonstration shows how hydrocooling can help get the most out of fruits and vegetables once harvested.
UF Ag Econ students give tips on engaging consumers where they congregate online.
A distinguished panel of producers use public forum to slice and dice barriers to success.
Unmanned aerial vehicles have potential to give growers and researchers an eye in the sky while helping keep feet on the ground.
From UAVs and high-flying helicopters, to an elevated understanding of production, marketing, and farm management, the 9th annual industry event delivered.
The 2014 Florida Ag Expo will provide critical tips in soilborne pest management.