In This Issue
Taste, quality, color, and health benefits along with disease resistance, strong plants, and holding ability, are some of the qualities to be aware of when choosing varieties.
Some of the latest offerings from seed breeders focus on shelflife, strong disease resistance packages, and good holding ability.
The skins of all varieties are edible, but appearance and periderm health both play an important role in whether people will want to eat them or not.
Check out this slideshow for more details on 14 onion varieties you need to know about from the nation’s leading seed breeders and …
Learn behavior, signs of damage, and management techniques for these vegetable predators.
While we certainly do not equate the seriousness of Zika with agricultural problems, the Zika virus can serve as a reminder about aspects of the many plant-infecting viruses, from alfalfa mosaic to zucchini yellow mosaic, that affect vegetables.
Bob Bender of Tasteful Selections, the 2016 Grower Achievement Award recipient, will continue to work on great-tasting potato varieties and offering consumers convenience.
The Great Lakes Ag-Tech Business Incubator offers support to growers and entrepreneurs with their industry-related inventions.
Blood may be thicker than water, but also it could put business interests in the red, if you let it.