The Produce Safety Rule kicks in for large farms in January, but FDA will focus more on teaching rather than regulating this year.
Susan Canales, who has served as Director of Operations for the past two years, will be responsible for overseeing all exhibitor and sponsor activities.
When famed newspaper editor Horace Greeley quoted a lesser-known editor’s advice, “Go west, young man, and grow up […]
Rick Vanvranken says writing good press releases about crop performance can be savvy marketing; but think carefully about how you tell your story — good or bad.
Follow these tips on identifying and managing this pest with a tarnished reputation.
Steven T. Koike is retiring from the University of California Cooperative Extension and will move to the private sector in January 2018.
The trade agreement’s benefits for the industry far outweigh negatives.
Stephen Basore returns to Michigan to relaunch the old family farm. But he’s bringing big-grower ideas and experience that most start-ups don’t have.
University of Florida study shows sourcing produce locally has a positive impact on the consumption of fruits and vegetables.
Several themes rose above the rest as defining for the Sunshine State’s specialty crop sector.
More than $1 billion being sought to address major crop losses due to Hurricane Irma.
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Vegetable plant breeders have a lot of options when it comes to developing new varieties — disease resistance, […]
Smart breeders not only build in resistance to current diseases, they look at which diseases are on the […]
Study shows web-based advisory system helping cut fungicide use without losing yield.
As lawmakers continue to debate ag labor reform, farmers must deal with the growing reality of a dwindling workforce and crops going unharvested because of it.
Scouting and quick action even more important where fumigation was skipped to catch up after the storm.