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
Citrus
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
Citrus
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
Citrus
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
Citrus
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
Citrus
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
Citrus
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
Apples & Pears
August 20, 2017
APHIS Seeks Comments on Risk Removal for…
Dormant live cuttings from countries in the European Union must currently go through pest risk assessment. Read More
Varieties & Rootstocks
August 19, 2017
Pressure Is on to Pick and Plant Citrus …
With even more variety selections available, information and communication are keys to success. Read More
Citrus
August 19, 2017
More Grants Distributed in Honor of Nati…
National forage program is scattering seeds from New York to California to celebrate pollinators. Read More
Citrus
August 18, 2017
Bayer Aims Research Prowess at Defeating…
Company enters collaboration with Citrus Research and Development Foundation to uncover antibacterial and plant defense tools against the disease. Read More
Citrus
August 18, 2017
How Florida Growers are Fine-Tuning Citr…
Some are tweaking nutrition programs to focus on root health along with foliar applications. Read More
Citrus
August 17, 2017
How Wicked Will Winter 2018 Be in the U.…
The 200th edition of the Farmers’ Almanac reveals wide-ranging weather patterns and events that would require everything from shovels to shorts. Read More
GenNext Growers
August 17, 2017
Young Growers See Evolving Orchard Produ…
A group of 30 got a chance to see operations boasting vertical integration and higher production per acre up close in the Champlain region of New York State and Vermont. Read More
More Vegetables
August 16, 2017
Variety Specs | Production Tips: Broccol…
'Eastern Crown' is an outstanding variety for the East Coast and warm regions throughout the U.S. Read More
Fruits
August 15, 2017
California Nurseryman Settles With Feds …
John Duarte admits no liability but will pony up more than $1 million in civil penalties and environmental mitigation fees. Read More
Apples & Pears
August 15, 2017
Wet Weather Breeds Phytophthora in Young…
Crown rot, root rot flourishing in very wet growing season. Read More
Citrus
August 15, 2017
New Conference to Shine Spotlight on Cen…
Education and interaction part of UF/IFAS-led agenda. Read More
Biocontrols Conference
August 14, 2017
Biocontrols: The South African Fruit Gro…
While insect and disease pressure differs from U.S., South African fruit growers say education and slow transitions make for successful integration of biological products. Read More
Fruits
August 14, 2017
Spotted Lanternfly Quarantine Expands Ag…
Pennsylvania receives $3 million from USDA for outreach efforts, control measures for this invasive pest. Read More
Crop Protection
August 11, 2017
Do Fungicide- and Insecticide-Treated Se…
The University of New Hampshire has received half a million dollars to investigate if seed treatments inadvertently protect weed seeds from its usual predators. Read More
Citrus
August 11, 2017
Field Scouting Guide: Common Lambsquarte…
Take a look at these tips for identifying and treating this pervasive weed. Read More
Farm Management
August 11, 2017
Vegetable Growers’ Food Safety Vigilance…
When you hear about recalls, the horror stories come to mind first. That’s understandable, considering the human cost involved with Read More
Tomatoes
August 10, 2017
Getting to the Bottom of Better-Tasting …
Examining the essence of the problem, University of Florida scientists are seeking to squeeze more flavor into popular beverage. Read More
Farm Management
August 10, 2017
Climate Change Drives New Healthy Soils …
California offers farmers grants to improve soil health; new program is funded by cap-and-trade auction revenue. Read More