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Florida Blue Farms built on a plan to preserve quantity and quality of water resources.
Knowing the difference between an immigration audit and raid can save you money and stress.
Agency says it does not intend to enforce rules during discretion period.
Effects of strong hurricane season now being balanced by drier conditions.
Lowering barriers to entry among areas of interest for potential projects.
A solution to the current tax language is expected.
Respondents to State of the Industry Survey say they plan to maintain production increases of recent years in 2018, though opinions on all the new varieties differ — and often conflict.
Fresh apple holdings as of Jan. 1 stood at 116 million bushels, nearly 20% higher than the five-year average.
USDA researchers have identified a chemical that makes pheromone traps more effective in killing the brown marmorated stink bug.
While little-to-no damage expected with Florida strawberry crop, Southeast peach growers see chill hours starting to add up.
Agriculture couldn’t escape the wrath of Mother Nature during what was a record campaign.
Growers say exponential growth can be sustained.
While lack of chill hours put a damper on stone fruit seasons, growers say organic and high-quality fruits are the future of the industry.
Nominations are open through May 18 for this year’s award to be presented at the U.S. Apple Association Outlook Conference in August.
Farms transferred through trust now permitted to pass on credit for property taxes.
The era where large pieces of equipment rule the land on farms is nearing an end.