In This Issue
Balance in cultural, biological, and chemical procedures can not only be effective, but also economically feasible.
This annual industry gathering is such an important event, Jack Payne, Senior VP of UF/IFAS, has invited his entire leadership team — including the directors of all 12 UF/IFAS research centers and 14 academic department chairs — to participate.
Citrus Achievement Award winner Marty McKenna is optimistic about new approach to staving off HLB.
Coming off a challenging season, industry players must continue to adapt to curveballs thrown by Mother Nature and market forces.
For growers, the good news is that shoppers like what you are serving up. But more can be done to whet appetites.
Placing priority on bee care best practices will ensure sweet success for your crop.
Learn how to identify, the survival and spread, as well as management methods for this pest.
Time-tested, color-appropriate method for following water movement in plasticulture veggie crops could prove fruitful in blueberries, too.
Opportunity for enhanced data collection process at variety display days could give breeding and research teams a leg up in vetting sensible selections.
Despite headwinds, the U.S. remains the most stable economy in the world.
Learn the steps to protect your farm against major losses.
Low-chill, machine-harvest capabilities define these southern highbush selections.
Exotic whitefly, biocontrols, and alternative crops top industry event’s agenda.
Investments in research and Extension required to stay ahead of the competition.