Farm innovation and alternative approaches to production front and center at 2017 Florida Ag Expo.
Engineering, production projects are designed to spur farming innovation.
USDA’s second stab at the season thins orange crop by another 7%; would be lowest output in more than 70 years.
Sales of organic fruit were up 8.3% year on year, while sales of organic vegetables rose 6.2%.
Wine Institute: Strong quality across the state as ample rain ended drought.
State prohibits many pesticide applications within a quarter-mile of public K-12 schools and licensed child daycare facilities during school hours.
The Texas A&M team that won a 2017 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine on circadian rhythm at a molecular level turn their attention to plants.
Tropical torrents, along with a persistent precipitation pattern, helps break 70-year high-water mark.
From bug buffets to backyard chickens, UF/IFAS experts cook up predictions for the coming year.
It’s been a long time since significant immigration reform that will help American growers has passed Congress. The […]
Sightings of notorious pest in Mississippi, though crops have been spared so far.
At PrecisionAg Vision Conference, attendees hear it’s not about just a pile of unwieldy maps any more.
Growers in the East and Midwest have noticed the invasive pest feeding on uncompromised fruit.
Funds allocated to help with recovery projects such as replanting and restoration as well as honeybee loss.
The Ag Worker Act must make it past the Judiciary Committee to have a chance of making it to the House floor.
Researchers at the University of New Hampshire hope to develop first varieties specifically for organic production.
University Extension experts give an update of the destruction, potential for smoke taint in wine.