Field trials are in progress to determine if this highly sought-after superfood can survive the swelter of the Sunshine State.
Company receives U.S. Patent approval for continuous picking wheel on the machine.
UF/IFAS expert warns species likely to cause problems for growers.
Officers discover nearly 2,500 pounds of marijuana hidden in the roof of a commercial trailer.
This slideshow provides details on some of the latest cauliflower and broccoli varieties available.
Researchers, state agencies working together to prevent a potential outbreak.
This time it’s a private strawberry breeding company, which says the statewide breeding program has been decimated by UC-Davis.
Four growers from across the country discuss the importance of knowing your customer, how to handle money, and being the face of your farm.
The product from Helm Agro US is registered to control more than 100 broadleaf, grass, and sedge species.
A common white button mushroom modified with the gene-editing tool CRISPR-Cas9 has been engineered to resist browning.
Colored bell peppers have the potential to be a profitable alternative crop.
The allium leafminer, also known as the onion leafminer, was found in leeks and onions collected in December 2015 in Lancaster County.
With a zero-day pre-harvest interval, Ranman can be applied up to the day of harvest.
California’s Central Coast has perfect conditions for lygus bug, a pest of strawberry, celery, lettuce, Brussels sprouts, to be successful.
Unusual — for strawberries — British retractable roof greenhouse gets top honor from one of the largest retail chains.
The Centers for Disease Control reports the source of contamination for the cucumbers distributed by Andrew & Williamson Fresh Produce has not been identified.
Study shows a lack of consumer awareness is hurting sales outside the Sunshine State.