In This Issue
Growers, researchers working to reduce phosphorus loads in Everglades Ag Area.
All three recipients of this year’s Agricultural-Environmental Leadership Awards are proof of agriculture’s longstanding commitment to conserving the Sunshine State’s precious natural resources.
Coordination and integration are key factors to any successful crop protection battle plan.
The Sunshine State’s sugar industry employs more than 14,000 people and has an annual income of more than $800 million with a total direct and indirect economic impact of greater than $3 billion.
New cultivars focus on disease resistance and yield.
Poorly thought-out government policies loom as a major threat that prevents Florida farmers and ranchers from feeding a hungry world.
Learn how to identify, the survival and spread, as well as management methods for this vegetable disease.
University Of Florida program puts feeding a rapidly growing population in the hands of students.
Sand, loam, and muck all offer something different when setting property prices.
With challenging issues afoot, it’s not too early to start thinking about policies and funding implications surrounding the next Farm Bill.
Making good use of data and a focus on efficiency are critical in sustainable agricultural operations.
Mr. Trump has the White House and Republicans have the Congress. They are in a position to lead, and they must.
Florida growers have been knocked down before only to come back stronger. That same resolve is alive and well after Matthew.