USDA’s ruling that hydroponic produce is eligible for organic labeling roiled the industry. One of the largest hydroponic growers in the U.S., however, is largely unfazed.
While April showers nearly doubled the average rainfall for many counties in the Sunshine State, May is pouring it on.
Steven Koike says understanding how diseases spread is key to managing them. Here are several ways it happens among plants.
Learn why it’s important to keep pesticide applications in their place.
Unique specialty agriculture conference and tradeshow is first production of new joint venture between Meister Media Worldwide and NXT Events Media Group.
Growers urge U.S. Senators Feinstein and Harris to support organic businesses, which employ more than 300,000 Californians.
USDA has revamped its site to be as useful as possible for all growers, including those just getting started. Here are a few worth checking out.
Done right, merchandising increases purchases per visit, builds trust in your brand, and entices customers to make more return trips.
AmericanHort’s Craig Regelbrugge and United Fresh’s Robert Guenther talk about the importance of working together to solve problems as they examine the critical issues and what to expect in Washington, DC, this year.
Four-hundred-acre Janoski’s Farm grows crops on 200 acres and sells almost all of its produce through its own farm market and farmers market stall.
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What you need to know to identify and control this weed.
Tanimura & Antle has a new CEO, a position left empty when long-time CEO Rick Antle passed away […]
National Institute of Food and Agriculture seeks projects that will increase agricultural productivity, protect yield loses and reduce food-borne diseases.
UF/IFAS researchers are prepping to make room for, plant, and track the progress of what could become a cash crop for the state.
Group lays out marketing plans and projects to engage consumers, retailers, and foodservice.
Natural input options helping create healthier plants that are better suited to fight disease and endure abiotic stress.