Drought tolerance, disease resistance are among projects funded.
Familiar names and several new faces among annual ranking’s elite.
Cheers all around for UF/IFAS’ CREC, the largest facility in the world devoted to a single commodity.
Newest addition to the UF/IFAS Indian River Research and Education Center team focused on helping growers manage through devastating disease.
National Institute of Food and Agriculture allocates funding to help evaluate genetically modified organisms.
Longtime industry veteran, former University of California Cooperative Extension Farm Advisor Joe Grant, takes the reins as Director of Research for the California Walnut Board.
Projects funded to help improve business operations and transition to organic production.
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Funding to be used to increase crop protection practices, tackle high-priority pests.
Marc Fuchs receives the New York Wine & Grape Foundation 2016 Research Award for addressing and combating grapevine diseases.
Imagine if a rootstock could help your scion manage water and nutrients more efficiently, that’s exactly what plant breeders are trying to do.
New housing is intended to attract horticultural students to do research at Penn State Fruit Research Center.
The 7,000-square-foot facility houses three new labs and 11 offices for six new faculty members.
Major funding source for HLB research projects in the hands of Florida growers.
Funding to support outreach and research to help organic growers.
UF/IFAS researchers will concentrate on cover crops and how they could impact multiple production practices.