Disease is on the rise this season and can affect any propagated plant material.
As tissue culture plugs increase in popularity, growers are seeking ways to get these planting off to a good start.
Decision says former breeders infringed on UC patents to develop material for corporate breeding firm.
Team at Penn State University using low and high tunnels and plastic coverings to extend raspberry and strawberry seasons.
Comment period on popular class of insecticides opens today.
Alto Straughn presented with University of Florida’s Distinguished Alumnus Award.
Recent rain is conducive to the main strawberry fruit rot diseases, according to the chief of the Southern Region IPM Center.
While low-chill varieties in Southern states may have experienced freeze damage for the second year in a row, giving those plants extra care will help ensure a good start to the 2018 growing season.
The Hill family of Southern Hill Farms continues to up their efforts to diversify business and stay out ahead of a competitive market.
Thanks to pruning cuts and a diverse mix of cultivars, the majority of the crop survived a series of March freezes.
UF/IFAS researchers find placing hives of the distinct pollinator in the field pumps up output by 70%.
Broad spectrum preemergent herbicide to control broadleaf and grasses.
Entomologist in Kentucky uses social media for pest updates, trap catches.
Freeze protection tactics prove fruitful as local producers look to gain from Georgia’s loss.
Peaches and berries in bloom most at risk from freezing temperatures.
Employing the latest horticultural technology tools could have substantial financial benefits for producers of hand-picked specialty crops, according to a new research paper.
If you haven’t started pruning your berries, it’s time you do.