University of Florida study shows sourcing produce locally has a positive impact on the consumption of fruits and vegetables.
UF/IFAS Citrus Research and Education Center reflects on its past and is ready for big breakthroughs in the future.
While insect believed to have arrived on interstate shipment, growers are encouraged to scout for eggs, signs of populations within New York.
More than $1 billion being sought to address major crop losses due to Hurricane Irma.
A large survey to be conducted this winter to scout for populations possibly established or trying to establish in the state.
Gerawan Farming, one of the largest stone fruit growers in the U.S., will appeal a ruling by California’s highest court on the imposition of what it considers an unreasonable labor contract.
Study shows web-based advisory system helping cut fungicide use without losing yield.
After wreaking havoc on grapevines for 125 years, causing severe wine industry losses, Pierce’s Disease may have finally met its match.
Most cultivated crops, if not all, are domesticated from their wild relatives. There is no exception in the case of apple.
While it is expected to have little impact on this year’s vintage, researchers are studying smoke taint to understand more of the indicators.
Pest management, fertility, and certification information all available in one place.
Company restructuring aims to integrate legacy businesses and reduce input costs significantly.
Annual American Farm Bureau average price report reveals you can host a fine Turkey Day feast for less than $50.
Other companies also have secured licenses, but few have announced plans to use the gene editing technology on vegetables.
Methyl bromide transition, crop protection management among programs funded.
Chill hours being sought, but the possibility of a La Niña climate pattern could mean a drier and warmer winter.
The inaugural BiocontrolsSM USA East Conference & Expo in Orlando, FL, featured two days of educational sessions focused […]