American Vegetable Grower

American Vegetable Grower provides insight on field, greenhouse and organic production, marketing, and new varieties and products to growers, shippers and other influencers from coast to coast.
Vegetables Stories
Thomas Björkman, the director of the Eastern Broccoli Project, discusses details on the challenges of broccoli production in the East.
Vegetables
February 7, 2016
The Eastern Broccoli Project Moves Forward
As acreage increases in the East, mid-sized growers seek channels to distribute their product and continue the search for varieties. Read More
Biocontrols USA 2016 logo
Crop Protection
February 5, 2016
Register Now For Biocontrols Conference 2016 Field And Greenhouse Tour
Space is limited, so register now to attend the first-ever Biocontrols USA 2016 Conference Field and Greenhouse Tour. Following the Read More
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Citrus
February 3, 2016
Syngenta OKs Buyout By ChemChina
Deal valued at more than $43 billion; Syngenta management team to stay intact. Read More
Western Growers'  Center for Innovation & Technology is a technology incubator designed to bring innovative entrepreneurs together with growers to facilitate creative solutions to the biggest challenges facing agriculture.
Farm Management
February 3, 2016
Western Growers Launches Tech Talk Series
Speakers from a variety of agricultural technology areas will make presentations on a variety of topics including drone/satellite imagery and food safety software. Read More
Mid-Atlantic show floor 2016
Farm Management
February 3, 2016
Hot Topics Tackled At Mid-Atlantic Fruit & Vegetable Convention
Food safety and GMOs were two of the topics discussed on the first day of the trade show and conference. Read More
Flooded vegetable field in South Florida
Citrus
February 3, 2016
Historic Rainfall Hampering South Florida Farms
El Niño express delivering floods, uncertainty for crops. Read More
Varroa mites
Fruits
February 2, 2016
EPA Releases List Of Products Labeled For Use Against Varroa Mites
Agency gives recommendations on products to protect hives against parasites. Read More
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Cucurbits
January 20, 2016
9 Watermelon Varieties You Need To Know For 2016
Check out these watermelon varieties boasting high Brix, a good disease resistance package, and excellent yield potential. Read More
Production
January 14, 2016
State Of The Vegetable Industry Survey Shows Growers Op…
Vegetable growers embark on 2016 with cautious optimism as many plan to either increase production or keep their acreage the same as last year. Read More
Vegetables
January 11, 2016
The Next Big Developments In Vegetable Seed
Breeders discuss where they think the industry is headed, from the advancement of specific traits to striving to increase quality and flavor. Read More
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Crop Protection
February 9, 2016
Biopesticides And IPM
Dr. Surendra Dara, Strawberry and Vegetable Crops Advisor and Affiliated IPM Advisor with University of California Cooperative Extension, has long Read More
Crop Protection
February 8, 2016
7 Steps To See If Biocontrols Pencil Out…
Have you considered adding biocontrols to your operation? If you have, there’s no doubt you’ve already weighed the potential costs, Read More
Vegetables
February 7, 2016
The Eastern Broccoli Project Moves Forwa…
As acreage increases in the East, mid-sized growers seek channels to distribute their product and continue the search for varieties. Read More
Crop Protection
February 5, 2016
Register Now For Biocontrols Conference …
Space is limited, so register now to attend the first-ever Biocontrols USA 2016 Conference Field and Greenhouse Tour. Following the Read More
Citrus
February 3, 2016
Syngenta OKs Buyout By ChemChina
Deal valued at more than $43 billion; Syngenta management team to stay intact. Read More
Farm Management
February 3, 2016
Western Growers Launches Tech Talk Serie…
Speakers from a variety of agricultural technology areas will make presentations on a variety of topics including drone/satellite imagery and food safety software. Read More
Farm Management
February 3, 2016
Hot Topics Tackled At Mid-Atlantic Fruit…
Food safety and GMOs were two of the topics discussed on the first day of the trade show and conference. Read More
Citrus
February 3, 2016
Historic Rainfall Hampering South Florid…
El Niño express delivering floods, uncertainty for crops. Read More
Fruits
February 2, 2016
EPA Releases List Of Products Labeled Fo…
Agency gives recommendations on products to protect hives against parasites. Read More
Vegetables
February 2, 2016
Rethinking Water In The West
While El Niño could significantly help with the drought in the West, when we look toward the future, we cannot rely on El Niño events to solve the water crisis in the West Read More
More Vegetables
February 1, 2016
New Southern Pea Variety Named For Longt…
The pea variety, developed by a World War II vet, is available for growers through the South Carolina Crop Improvement Association, a cooperative with Clemson, USDA, and other agencies that develop and distribute seeds to growers. Read More
Farm Management
January 31, 2016
Organic Vegetable Farm Combines The Righ…
The business model of Coveyou Farms in Michigan has allowed the operation to be sustainable and profitable in a challenging market. Read More
Vegetables
January 27, 2016
State Of The Vegetable Industry 2016 [VI…
American Vegetable Grower editors Rosemary Gordon and Richard Jones discuss production trends, protected ag, GMO, and other trends as part of the 2016 State of the Vegetable Industry Report. Read More
Cucurbits
January 27, 2016
Imported Cucumbers Connected With Multis…
Since the Salmonella outbreak occurred in September, nearly 900 people in 39 states have fallen ill. Read More
Vegetables
January 26, 2016
New Jersey Grower Of The Year Was 1995 C…
Still New Jersey's "pick of the crop," Ed Wuillermin & Sons Farm in Hammonton graced the magazine's cover more than 20 years ago. Read More
Food Safety
January 25, 2016
Antimicrobial Wash Reduces Risk Of Patho…
The product is USDA certified organic and is expected to be used in commercial flumes and rinse tanks that wash fresh produce. Read More
Citrus
January 23, 2016
Too Much Cheerleading Has EPA In Deep Wa…
These days, far too often, elected representatives of the people are abdicating their responsibilities to federal agencies. The result is rules like WOTUS. Read More
Citrus
January 22, 2016
It’s Official: 2015 Was Earth’s Wa…
NASA, NOAA analyses reveal record-shattering statistics regarding global temperatures this past year. Read More
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