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.
Take note of these nine bean varieties boasting comprehensive disease-resistance packages and wide adaptability.
The guide provides details on pests and diseases issues as well as control options for muskmelons and mixed melons.
Learn to properly manage nutrient deficiencies in broccoli, cabbage, and cauliflower.
Touchstone Gold ranked highest in overall flavor balance in pressure-cooked form.
The pea variety, developed by a World War II vet, is available for growers through the South Carolina Crop Improvement Association, a cooperative with Clemson, USDA, and other agencies that develop and distribute seeds to growers.
California growers get to add a new tool to their crop protection arsenal.
Celery products from Taylor Farms Pacific in California are recalled.
A project launched by the University of California, Davis was developed for growers in need of seeds for cultivars meeting the needs of organic farming.
UF/IFAS research team cross-breeds two heirloom varieties to come up with savory, more nutritious traits.
The peppers are easy to grow, mature early, and express a compact, upright growth habit.
Increasing competition and volatile market prices requiring shift in production protocol.
UF/IFAS researchers will concentrate on cover crops and how they could impact multiple production practices.