Tagged flg-dec2016

Florida Everglades swamp
Leafy Vegetables
December 21, 2016
BMPs Key to South Florida Water Quality Success
Growers, researchers working to reduce phosphorus loads in Everglades Ag Area. Read More
Low-volume center pivot irrigation at Jones Potato Farm in Florida
Farm Management
December 1, 2016
Florida Farmers Are Good For The Environment
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. Read More
2016 Florida Ag Expo tomato variety field tour
CEU Series
December 1, 2016
CEU Series: Back A United Front To Fight And Defeat Pests
Coordination and integration are key factors to any successful crop protection battle plan. Read More
Cut sugarcane in South Florida
November 23, 2016
Strength Of Sugar Fuels South Florida Economy [Opinion]
The Sunshine State's sugar industry employs more than 14,000 people and has an annual income of more than $800 million with a total direct and indirect economic impact of greater than $3 billion. Read More
Sugarcane variety CP 09-1952
November 21, 2016
7 Sweet Releases In Florida Sugarcane
New cultivars focus on disease resistance and yield. Read More
Adam Putnam speaking at the 2016 FFVA Annual Conference
November 21, 2016
Insight Welcome On Florida Agriculture’s State Of The Industry
Poorly thought-out government policies loom as a major threat that prevents Florida farmers and ranchers from feeding a hungry world. Read More
Rhizoctonia Root Rot
Disease Control
November 20, 2016
Rhizoctonia Pathogen A Major Bane To Beans
Learn how to identify, the survival and spread, as well as management methods for this vegetable disease. Read More
One World Challenge wall at the University of Florida
GenNext Growers
November 19, 2016
Agriculture’s Next Generation Aiming To Save The World
University Of Florida program puts feeding a rapidly growing population in the hands of students. Read More
7-6-27 mandarin hybrid orange
Varieties & Rootstocks
November 18, 2016
Florida Citrus Connecting The Dots On Promising New Selections
From modern mandarins, to the latest allure of lemons, progression is palpable. Read More
South Florida farmland
November 17, 2016
How Soil Type Affects Land Values
Sand, loam, and muck all offer something different when setting property prices. Read More
Alan Jones takes a ride around Jones Potato Farm
Business Planning
November 17, 2016
Financial Flux Forcing Extra Groundwork For U.S. Growers
With challenging issues afoot, it’s not too early to start thinking about policies and funding implications surrounding the next Farm Bill. Read More
Alan Jones standing in a potato field
Nutrient Management
November 16, 2016
Protecting Agriculture’s Future A Win-Win For Florida Farmer
Making good use of data and a focus on efficiency are critical in sustainable agricultural operations. Read More
November 9, 2016
It’s Time To Turn The Page On Election 2016 [Opinion]
Mr. Trump has the White House and Republicans have the Congress. They are in a position to lead, and they must. Read More
Hurricane Matthew satellite image as it brushed past Florida
October 28, 2016
How To Handle A Hurricane? Lots Of Luck, Even More Skill [Opinion]
Florida growers have been knocked down before only to come back stronger. That same resolve is alive and well after Matthew. Read More
The Latest
GenNext Growers
May 22, 2017
How to Make Dollars and Sense of Today&#…
Despite current challenges impacting the future of the North American fruit and vegetable industry, there are opportunities to be had. Read More
May 20, 2017
Short on Water, Florida Growers Know How…
Through drought, smoke and brush fires, it’s plain to see you farmers have been doing your part to conserve and preserve one of our most precious resources. Read More
May 20, 2017
USDA Creates Undersecretary for Trade
Reorganization puts trade, farm production as top priorities for the agency. Read More
May 19, 2017
Researchers Still Have a Lot to Learn ab…
While some feeding habits have been recognized, there’s still a learning curve with this enigmatic invasive pest. Read More
May 19, 2017
Representatives Introduce Bill to Boost …
As organic production continues to grow, legislators seek to boost research funding, which has remained stagnant for many years. Read More
Citrus Achievement Award
May 18, 2017
Meet the 2017 Florida Grower Citrus Achi…
Cheers to Ed Pines for putting the positive back in citrus. Read More
GenNext Growers
May 18, 2017
Five Delegates to Represent U.S. at Yout…
More than 1,000 applied as delegates to help tackle global food security challenge at international event. Read More
Varieties & Rootstocks
May 18, 2017
Unique Citrus Variety Standing Up to Dea…
University of Florida researchers are peeling back the layers to find out what’s helping specific mandarin hybrid hold serve against HLB. Read More
May 17, 2017
11 of the Latest Cucumber Varieties You …
Browse this slideshow for more information on 11 cucumber varieties you need to know about from the nation’s leading seed breeders Read More
May 16, 2017
First California Red Scale Aerosol Matin…
EPA, California officials grant Semios approval of pheromone pest control solution for widespread citrus problem. Read More
May 16, 2017
Another Record California Almond Crop Fo…
Bearing acreage officially hits the million mark, though per-acre yields are off from 2016. Read More
May 16, 2017
EPA Seeks States’ Input On Waters of the…
As the agency considers scaling back the water rule, states are asked to define protected waters. Read More
May 15, 2017
Grower Comments on Pyrethroids Being Sou…
Comment period on popular class of insecticides opens today. Read More
Apples & Pears
May 15, 2017
U.S. Apple Board Member Stresses Labor R…
Michigan apple grower says agriculture’s future depends on Farm Bill funding. Read More
May 15, 2017
Florida Citrus Innovator Passes Away at …
Orie Lee spent half his life cultivating the industry he cared deeply for. Read More
May 15, 2017
Drought Conditions Deepen Across Central…
Water Shortage Warning Order expanded to all counties within St. Johns River Water Management District. Read More
Crop Protection
May 14, 2017
Springtail Is an Unexpected Vegetable Pe…
One springtail species is targeting germinating seeds, impacting seedling growth. Read More
May 13, 2017
Considering Cover Crops? Find Out Which …
What is most effective in suppressing weeds and increasing yield — no till cover crop, row till, or conventional till? Read More