All three recipients of this year’s Agricultural-Environmental Leadership Awards are proof of agriculture’s longstanding commitment to conserving the Sunshine State’s precious natural resources.
Making good use of data and a focus on efficiency are critical in sustainable agricultural operations.
In the wake of an algal bloom disaster, growers need to be prepared, proactive, and farm smart. There is much at stake.
Despite record rainfall, producers in the Everglades Agricultural Area again exceed phosphorus reduction standards.
With state of emergency actions underway, growers and industry stakeholders are having to face, respond to critics.
Dr. Brian Boman worked with growers to examine their nutrient and water use and how practices could be modified to not only lessen environmental impacts, but also increase growers’ profitability.
Legislation set up to preserve and restore the state’s water and natural resources for future generations.
The state agriculture department is working with local ranchers and farmers to protect important lands and their immeasurable environmental benefits for generations to come.
Three operations recognized for setting superior examples when it comes to sustainable farming.
The 4R Nutrient Stewardship Program honors growers and fertilizer retailers who demonstrate a strong commitment to nutrient use efficiency.
Marking 20 straight years of success, producers help Everglades Agricultural Area exceed phosphorus reduction goals.
Efficient systems help the Oregon farm, one of the largest onion growers in the U.S., achieve high yields while minimizing water inputs.
The Almond Board of California is hosting a “Managing Dust at Harvest” workshop on July 15 in […]
The Florida legislature passed the 1999 Florida Watershed Restoration Act that gives the Florida Department of Agriculture and […]
FFVA’s annual Spring Regulatory Tour allows those who write regulations controlling water, crop protection chemicals, food safety, and more an opportunity to see production practices firsthand.
Funding to help find more effective tools and long-term solutions for devastating disease.
Growers in one of the most unique and regulated areas in the world have exceeded benchmarks in the quest to restore the ‘River of Grass.’