Can farmers actually reach the point of having too much information?
Fruit and vegetable growers can prepare for spring by hearing about recent pollination research.
Specialty crop adoption of hort tech to usher in new efficiencies and transparency.
With no clear-cut replacement in sight, U.S. agriculture secretary leaves one week before his term officially ends.
Near all-time records in average temperature and costly climate-related disasters make a strong case for dubious distinction.
Despite some unsettling prices in recent years, most growers see a relatively smooth ride ahead.
Donald Trump has been clear that he is no fan of burdensome rules that stifle productivity.
Almond Board of California recommended the penny-per-pound raise in the face of monster crops in the next few years.
Ten positions are open on the Board of Directors.
The Burchell Nursery, Inc., in Oakdale, CA, offers a new self-fertile almond, an early-season nectarine, and a late-season peach.
Orchex 796 Orchard Spray Oil can be used on number of tree and nut crops.
Peer-reviewed evaluation of more than 100 studies finds uses of imidacloprid are unlikely to harm aquatic invertebrate communities, or the birds and fish that rely on them.
The Wonderful Company is honored with the 2016 Corporate Citizenship Award, in the category of Best Community Improvement Program.
Agreement to expand Arysta’s portfolio with new biocontrol releases.
A recent study reports that bees given fresh pollen or fresh supplements fared better than bees given pollen or supplements that had first been aged for 21 days.
USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack has announced the USDA’s Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) is awarding $200 million to more […]
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