The Ag Worker Act must make it past the Judiciary Committee to have a chance of making it to the House floor.
New website provides revenue potential for property holders.
Science backs up claims that organic methods lead to healthier soils and nitrogen retention.
As the organic fruit market continues to gain traction with consumers, strawberry producers have struggled to find non-chemical disease-control solutions — until now.
Calling all growers to weigh in on the annual State of the Industry survey.
Researchers at the University of New Hampshire hope to develop first varieties specifically for organic production.
University Extension experts give an update of the destruction, potential for smoke taint in wine.
Researchers find ‘organic’ and ‘non-GM’ terms are thought as one in the same.
Biological control — whether you’re talking about biochemicals, microbial products, beneficials, or even the relatively new category of […]
New hire to help guide company’s new growth.
Looming La Niña could mean colder and wetter than normal in the northern U.S. and drier than usual in the south.
Four-legged customs agents are the first line of defense in protecting the crops you grow against the next invasive pest finding its way into the U.S.
It’s an opportunity to fine-tune your operation and maximize profits, but it also brings obligations.
With billions of dollars lost to Irma, financial assistance will be crucial for many.
California Land Use Viewer can help growers determine if they can adopt groundwater recharge practices on their own operations.
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.