Unique variety, a collaboration between UF/IFAS and an Australian scientist, still in its early stages.
Learn symptoms, causal agents, and control measures for black rot, Alternaria leaf spot, and downy mildew.
Uesugi Farms increases 50-fold through smart alliances.
Christopher Ranch commits to $15 per hour minimum wages for all employees by 2018.
An integrated approach is key to managing this destructive pest.
Team of researchers probe expanding potential for niche market profitability.
The findings depict the first time that a viral effector protein has been seen as attracting insect vectors to feed on plants through odor.
Topics to be covered include production and disease, insect, and weed management tactics.
Growers, researchers working to reduce phosphorus loads in Everglades Ag Area.
Conditions ideal for new, flavorful varieties. Marketing campaign aims to clue-in consumers.
Unique modes of action the main feature of modern chemistries.
Consumer education drives sales of highly flavorful Frost Kissed artichokes during limited season.
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.
Field day demonstrates growing potential in cole crops.
Proper water management and pruning strategies can help improve yields.
Avoiding “diversity for the sake of diversity,” Michigan’s Golden Plain Farms finds success with a single crop.