A multi-state and Canadian e coli outbreak has lead to the organization (and the Canadian government) to urge consumers to not eat romaine.
In light of what Hurricane Irma stirred up, now is a good time to review how well you cover your assets.
Marrone Bio Innovations says new product has proven highly effective for controlling downy mildews and white molds.
The arid climate and a labor shortage have fostered fertile ground for high-tech growing methods.
One springtail species is targeting germinating seeds, impacting seedling growth.
A recent Purdue study says current food safety practices aren’t killing listeria in romaine lettuce tissue. Rutger’s Richard VanVranken says the report isn’t as alarming as it sounds.
Velum One from Bayer also suppresses foliar diseases, increases yields.
Germains Seed Technology launches ProBio SafeGuard that will be distributed through Holaday Seed Company.
Thinking of adding growing vegetables under cover? Here are a few things you need to consider first.
Learn how to identify, the survival and spread, as well as management methods for this malady that goes by many names.
Target will be following a trend that is already under way in Germany and China: offering shoppers greens that are grown right there in the store.
Scientists analyzed hundreds of spinach plants to find ones with less oxalate, a compound linked to kidney stones.
Uesugi Farms increases 50-fold through smart alliances.
Learn how to identify, the survival and spread, as well as management methods for this vegetable disease.
The findings depict the first time that a viral effector protein has been seen as attracting insect vectors to feed on plants through odor.
Increases in labor costs will affect the costs of production of vegetable crops in California, so growers will have to take advantage of production practices that help reduce weed pressure.
Genetic research intends to develop varieties with enhanced nutrient uptake.