For the second time in months, a hard-to-trace E. coli outbreak leads to a widespread ban of romaine lettuce.
This industry leader leaves a legacy of innovation in production, in business, and in working with employees.
Effectively managing pests in plasticulture crops requires the ability to dig a little deeper.
Bacillus subtilis strain offers broad-spectrum protection.
Longtime crop protection program has endured eight years of flat funding along with increased expenses.
From drone analysis to field scouting, mobile technology can help you do your job faster and more efficiently.
Syngenta’s purchase of storied vegetable seed company Abbott & Cobb made news this week. American Vegetable Grower reached out Paul Minehart, Head of Syngenta’s Corporate Communications-North America, to learn more about the acquisition.
Strategic acquisition bolsters product portfolio of agribusiness giant.
Feral swine are a big pain for growers and land owners. Here’s what you can do to protect your crops and property.
What you need to know to identify and control this disease.
Sweet alyssum can help biologically control aphids on transplanted organic romaine lettuce but can take up valuable land. USDA-ARS researcher Eric Brennan shares techniques he’s learned over 10 years.
There were inspirations galore on the NAFDMA farm marketing tour this year. Here are the top picks you can use at your own market.
With robots, artificial intelligence, and machine vision showing up on the farm, the game of growing could be about to radically change.
U.S. Apple Association calls Environmental Working Group’s reporting ‘inaccurate’ and ‘harmful.’
This once minor disease is now a serious problem. Here’s why.
Government agency officially implements 2017 Wildfires and Hurricanes Indemnity Program (WHIP) to speed recovery in rural communities impacted by calamity.
National Young Farmers Coalition releases land affordability calculator, which offers financial insight on land access.