A Purdue University study shows that treating food products with bacteriophages, which are viruses that kill bacteria, may significantly lower concentrations of E. coli.
California field studies on E. coli and Salmonella will lead to better food safety policies.
Recommendations for growers to improve thinning in lettuce varieties using automated thinners.
See several predictions that may end up on your plate in the coming year.
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USDA issued a federal register notice terminating the proposal to create the National Leafy Greens Marketing Agreement.
Longtime vegetable entomologist looking to grow cooperative efforts for research as interim director of UF/IFAS Everglades facility.
Learn more about this season extension technique at Cornell Cooperative Extension in Batavia, NY.
California Leafy Greens Marketing Agreement says its food safety program not only meets the proposed requirements of FSMA, but it exceeds the requirements of the new law.
Leading seed companies highlight high-performance varieties suited for Florida’s growers.
Growers Express introduces the lettuce under the Green Giant Fresh brand.
Greenhouse-grown butter lettuce from Salinas, CA-based Tanimura & Antle has been independently certified as “Pesticide Residue Free.” Lettuce […]
Scott Horsfall, the chief executive officer of the California Leafy Green Products Handler Marketing Agreement (LGMA), says that […]
Newest pelleted product hardly looks like seed — to its advantage.
The changes to Leafy Greens Marketing Agreement (LGMA) metrics are a result of months of work, according to […]
Disease Specs White rust, caused by the pathogen Albugo candida, occurs in all parts of the world where […]
John L. Hundley, president of longtime South Florida vegetable producing operation Hundley Farms Inc., has been named chairman of […]