Disease-fighting bees and the deadly citrus psyllid were at the center of two recent, research-fueled out-of-office adventures.
Fourth-annual fundraising event brings in more than $100,000 to benefit children of local farmworkers.
More than 4,000 pounds of locally grown produce from Central Florida farming operation goes to help feed needy families in the Tampa area.
Unique variety, a collaboration between UF/IFAS and an Australian scientist, still in its early stages.
Some say there’s an oversupply, some disagree, but despite challenges for the berry industry, most growers remain upbeat about the future.
Conditions ideal for new, flavorful varieties. Marketing campaign aims to clue-in consumers.
Misconceptions about what methods are used to breed new varieties spark need for public outreach.
National Science Foundation awards grant for further development of potential industry game-changer.
Product is proven to control lettuce drop.
Study shows the latest variety from UF/IFAS berry breeders is not only heads and shoulders above others in flavor, but also shelflife and color.
New tool, developed in California, helps to alleviate labor needs during summer planting season.
Naturipe joins growing list of backers in the labor-saving vision and mission of ag-tech startup.
Latest variety from Cornell University geared for growers seeking success in local food sector.
A genetic analysis conducted by New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station researchers aims to improve modern cultivation efforts of strawberry growers.
Savings to the tune of $30 million a year would come with a solution to angular leaf spot.
Company receives U.S. Patent approval for continuous picking wheel on the machine.
The product from Summit Agro USA is for use to control botrytis gray mold in strawberries and Sclerotinia drop in lettuce.