Tagged production

October 30, 2015
Timely Tips For A Healthy And Productive Berry Patch
When this issue of the magazine reaches you, you might be enjoying the nice fall weather on a tractor in Read More
Apples & Pears
March 30, 2015
Pink Lady Apple Production Continues To Grow
Total production is up nearly 50% over 2009, and is expected to increase 33% in the next three years. Read More
red and green apples
Apples & Pears
March 30, 2015
How Will We Sell All These Apples? [Opinion]
Apple production is reaching heights that would have been unthinkable two or three decades ago. That's great news for growers — if we can sell them all profitably, Read More
January 27, 2015
Why You Should Be Growing Black Raspberries
Amazing health benefits for consumers and production and marketing benefits for the grower make this berry a must-consider option for your operation. Read More
Apples & Pears
January 4, 2015
On The Road With The International Fruit Tree Association Study Tour To Italy Part 3 [Slideshow]
Win’s posts, like this one, share the flavor of growing fruit in Italy, as well as some of the production techniques unique to the region. Read More
Apples & Pears
November 21, 2014
On The Road With The International Fruit Tree Association Study Tour To Italy Part 2 [Slideshow]
Attention to detail is evident in the production of high quality feathered apple trees at GRIBA’s nursery. Read More
Apples & Pears
November 19, 2014
On The Road With The International Fruit Tree Association Study Tour To Italy Part 1 [Slideshow]
Win Cowgill of Rutgers University details a trip through the one of the most concentrated fruit growing areas in the world, the South Tyrol region of Italy. Read More
Farm Management
September 8, 2014
Wilbur-Ellis’ Updates AgVerdict Software After Grower Feedback
Design made with growers in mind, allows on-the-go data entry. Read More
August 4, 2014
Farming Production Costs And Farmland Values Increase
Midwest sees spike in production costs’ Northern Plains land values increased by 16.3% Read More
July 28, 2014
Florida Farmers Awarded For Innovation
UF/IFAS and Florida A&M hail industry leaders who excel in making their farming systems more profitable and sustainable. Read More
July 3, 2014
South Florida Wet Season Gets Tropical Punch
Water managers are monitoring conditions in wake of first storm of the season. Read More
Farm Management
June 30, 2014
Oregon Commercial Honeybee Population Drops Again
Loss is slightly less than that seen in recent years, but more than one in five hives did not survive last winter. Read More
June 17, 2014
Florida Agriculture Bracing For, Ready To Embrace Medical Marijuana’s Impact
Q&A with FNGLA’s Ben Bolusky probes the possibilities growing pot for medicinal use has for the state’s nursery growers. Read More
April 21, 2014
Dramm Corporation Donates To “Free To Smile” Non-Profit
The irrigation company will donate a portion of its sales to an Ohio non-profit organization that provides free surgery to children and young adults with cleft lip and palate. Read More
Business Planning
April 14, 2014
California Nurseryman To Discuss Land Use Dispute On National TV Show
John Duarte to appear Thursday on Fox Business Network’s Stossel Show with John Stossel. Read More
April 7, 2014
Improve Your Greenhouse Produce Marketing Skills
Promote the perceived benefits of your produce in the right place for the right price. Read More
December 4, 2013
Growing Vegetables On The Moon
A NASA project plans to plant turnips and other crops on the moon in 2015. Read More
November 15, 2013
Scientist Warns Southeast U.S. To Prepare For Wild Weather From Climate Change
New book, co-authored by UF/IFAS researcher, lays out a forecast of more frequent extremes. Read More
Nutrient Management
October 21, 2013
Water Quality Restoration Floats South Florida Farmland Purchase
The South Florida Water Management District approved the $26 million acquisition from Palm Beach County of a key piece of Read More
Apples & Pears
August 1, 2013
Apple Varieties NY1 And NY2 Now Called SnapDragon And RubyFrost
After years of development and consumer testing as “NY1” and “NY2” Cornell University and New York Apple Growers (NYAG) have Read More
The Latest
Crop Protection
June 25, 2017
New Approach Suggests Closer-Proximity L…
Research shows single-trap locations are not as effective as those kept close together. Read More
GenNext Growers
June 24, 2017
Find the Food Safety Apps That Are Right…
There are a lot of choices available for growers. We’ve sifted through them to help figure out which ones will best suit you. Read More
Apples & Pears
June 23, 2017
Take Advantage of Technology to Help Man…
Expert farm advisers provide several options for apple orchard management decisions. Read More
June 22, 2017
Technology Boom Boosting Farm Life to a …
Whether it is human genetics or genetics applied to plants, knowledge is growing at a dizzying pace. Read More
Crop Protection
June 21, 2017
Certis Bolsters Biopesticide Business Po…
Addition of LAM International to allow for expansion of product development. Read More
Food Safety
June 21, 2017
Organization Seeks Winegrape Exemption P…
California Association of Winegrape Growers says because winegrapes are grown for processing, they should be exempt from produce safety rule. Read More
Crop Protection
June 21, 2017
Early-Season Scouting Tips for Sweet Cor…
Black cutworm and true armyworm have been caught in relatively high numbers across the Midwest, including Michigan. Learn more about determining risk and scouting in your sweet corn plantings. Read More
June 21, 2017
Study Suggests Modern Beekeeping Gives V…
Parasite has adapted, thrived with colonies in modern hives. Read More
More Vegetables
June 21, 2017
Variety Specs | Production Tips: Pumpkin…
Each month, American Vegetable Grower® will offer growing tips on specific varieties, supplied by the breeder or distributor. This month, Read More
June 21, 2017
Storm Runoff May Recharge Aquifers and Y…
A new study hints that tapping into storm water during dry years does more than increase water table levels. Read More
Insect & Disease Update
June 21, 2017
First Case of Deadly Citrus Disease Conf…
State agriculture officials taking action to assess and stop the spread of HLB.  Read More
June 21, 2017
Help Consumers Read past Negative Headli…
When it comes to this liquid sunshine, there are plenty of positives to point out. Read More
June 20, 2017
Take Caution to Curb Cucurbit Leaf Crump…
Learn how to identify, the survival and spread, as well as management methods for this disease. Read More
June 20, 2017
Don’t Be Fooled By Rust in Your Brambles
Knowing whether you have orange rust disease or cane leaf rust is important for proper control methods. Read More
Farm Management
June 20, 2017
5 Alternative Crops Florida Farmers Shou…
Here’s a look at new selections being vetted that might have a place in fields around the Sunshine State. Read More
June 19, 2017
$9M in Grants Allocated to Address Ag Wa…
Projects that focus on drought stress, flooding, water quality, and postharvest use are among awardees. Read More
June 19, 2017
How to Get the Most out of Growing Citru…
2017 Citrus Achievement Award winner Ed Pines provides insider information on unique production method. Read More
Varieties & Rootstocks
June 19, 2017
Florida Growers Seeking to Strike Citrus…
Varieties showing HLB tolerance giving growers hope, sparking more questions. Read More