In This Issue
As a pesticide applicator, it is your duty to reduce risks for pollinators.
Despite still having mounds of wood to chop, grower, federal, and state programs collectively are making a dent.
Thanks to the latest in software technology, real-time decisions can be made with one swipe of your finger.
Annual tour allows Florida’s future farming leaders the chance to have open and honest discussions with CEOs and managers and tap into their knowledge.
Learn how to identify, the survival and spread, as well as management methods for this malady that goes by many names.
Even with the challenge of feeding a growing global population at hand, has focus been lost on recruiting where jobs on the farm are need most?
It seems many growers are more certain about their scion choices than they are about available rootstocks.
Massive regulatory overhaul unfolds as the specialty crop industry hopes to ensure common-sense food safety rules and inspection.
Despite control challenges, keeping the pest in check remains the best approach to managing HLB.
New Florida-based organization is seeking to break down barriers between farmers and shoppers by providing a platform to not only show what is grown, but how it’s grown.
More niche markets emerging for growers to give consumers what they want and need.
An integrated approach is key to managing this destructive pest.