Generally speaking, the smaller the vegetable operation is, the wider the array of crop types. And our 2018 State of the Vegetable Industry survey results reflect this in a dramatic way.
Farms transferred through trust now permitted to pass on credit for property taxes.
Filling a need or solving a problem were goals of each meeting at the VegetableGrowerConnect.
The era where large pieces of equipment rule the land on farms is nearing an end.
USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service highlights the top states producing popular foods eaten in the new year.
Projects sought include economics and research in implementing organic programs.
Co-op payments and farm equipment depreciations are changing.
The vegetable industry is diverse, especially when viewed through the lens of an operation’s acreage.
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Calls for a separate domestic industry provision for perishable and seasonal products adding more confusion to the clutter.
With population soaring and tourism numbers off the charts, it’s never been more important for Florida growers to make the most of their land.
Earlier this year, U.C. Santa Barbara’s Ashley Larsen and University of British Columbia’s Frederik Noack released an 8-year study on how crop diversity and other landscape features drive insecticide use.
The greenhouse-vegetable grower has locations on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border. It wanted a way to treat employees fairly in all its locations.
Practice generates funds for reinvestment in breeding and makes international producers play by the rules.
USDA-ARS’ Researcher Eric Brennan created a video packed with useful tips for growers at the ground level.
First major hurdle cleared in helping growers get back on their feet following Irma.
Young farmers needed to fill shoes of the generation of growers nearing the end of their careers.