All sprays produce some drift — but paying attention to a few simple things can help keep your spray where it belongs.
Growers and researchers in North Florida and southern Georgia assess freeze protection tactics and crop tolerance to the extreme.
Product available for organic citrus, small fruits, tree crops, vegetables, and vines.
Mississippi State University Extension set to host 28th annual gathering geared to protected production of popular fruit.
Ozonation is a terrific technology with tremendous benefits in ensuring the safety of fresh fruit, but it’s not a “silver bullet.”
Hydroponic, aquaponic, and aeroponic operations are currently included in the allowed methods of organic production, although aeroponic operations are being reviewed by USDA.
We tend to organize ourselves around labels. Are you a conventional or a organic grower and/or consumer?
We talk with Agrinos’ Terry Stone to help you get a better handle on this new category of products and what they can add to the yield and quality of your crop.
Lowering barriers to entry among areas of interest for potential projects.
There are several factors that might affect your decision to invest in transplant robots, based on initial observations and reported information about available equipment.
Projects sought include economics and research in implementing organic programs.
The greenhouse-vegetable grower has locations on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border. It wanted a way to treat employees fairly in all its locations.
Practice generates funds for reinvestment in breeding and makes international producers play by the rules.
USDA-ARS’ Researcher Eric Brennan created a video packed with useful tips for growers at the ground level.
Susan Canales, who has served as Director of Operations for the past two years, will be responsible for overseeing all exhibitor and sponsor activities.
When famed newspaper editor Horace Greeley quoted a lesser-known editor’s advice, “Go west, young man, and grow up […]
Organic apple production among workshop topics.