Past Washington Apple Commission President Steve Lutz to expand PMA Produce Marketing Association’s engagement in Western U.S. and Canada.
USDA’s new labeling and disclosure standards come as part of the National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Law.
John Whitney offers a guide to USDA’s updated cool tools for all ages and offerings for those new to the ag scene.
After a surprise defeat in the House, the Farm Bill still has life in it. Here’s what you need to watch for (including a possible H-2C revival).
Brian Focht, who has been with several major fruit packer/shippers, will take over “The Marketing Associations” from Bruce Grim.
Have plans in place now to avoid confusion and calamity caused by storms.
Chinese government reportedly agrees to buy more U.S. energy and agricultural commodities, but joint statement released does not provide exact details.
Decision in Washington impacts $10 billion agricultural industry and more than 100,000 fieldworkers in the state.
This is only the second time the notorious peach fruit fly species has been spotted in the Sunshine State.
Specialty agriculture interests among those being most challenged by shifting environmental impacts.
Monsanto’s Global Vegetables R&D Lead calls for consumers to embrace the remarkable sustainable advances the growing industry has made, even when they’re happening on non-local, non-organic, large farms.
Annual report shows real estate market firing on all cylinders in the Sunshine State.
Country now screening all fresh batches for disease and rot; imports waiting up to a week in quarantine.
While April showers nearly doubled the average rainfall for many counties in the Sunshine State, May is pouring it on.
State industry organizations band together to ask for help amid mounting production pressures, severe weather events, and foreign competition.
Unique specialty agriculture conference and tradeshow is first production of new joint venture between Meister Media Worldwide and NXT Events Media Group.
Growers urge U.S. Senators Feinstein and Harris to support organic businesses, which employ more than 300,000 Californians.