Learn how to identify, the survival and spread, as well as management methods for this disease.
Infectious species said to be a distant relative of tobacco streak virus, which is the cause of bean red node.
FMC officially enters biological marketplace with first sales of Fracture fungicide.
A $500,000 grant will enable University of Florida researchers to focus on how light can affect the quality and taste of produce after harvest.
As part of a series of free educational webcasts on The Plant Management Network, a nonprofit online resource […]
Grafted Growers began as most successful companies do, which is to say, as a collaboration between innovative, and […]
The variety, Olivia, provides a combination of qualities with consistency of size and sweetness.
For this Variety Specs feature with a focus on tomatoes, we’ve gathered information on the latest varieties with high yields, good […]
Commercials shine the spotlight on Florida blueberries, tomatoes, and seafood.
Processors in the Golden State plan for 15 million tons of tomatoes in 2015.
University of Arizona researcher offers advice on purchasing commercially grafted plants, pitfalls to avoid, and an update on the latest technology.
The Ontario based company will begin construction on the new facility in spring 2015.
Fred Leitz of Leitz Farms plays an active role in the industry advocating for labor, offering a positive blueprint for other growers to follow.
Learn how to ID, the survival and spread, as well as management methods for this vegetable disease.
Marketing initiative geared to drive more consumers toward purchasing in-season selections.
NIMITZ receives EPA and Florida registrations.
Correspondence addresses actress Eva Longoria’s documentary “Food Chains,” which focuses on mistreatment of tomato farmworkers.