$13.8 million transaction includes more than 800 acres acquired from longtime Central Florida produce operation.
Purdue University accepts funding to lead multi-institution research to breed organic varieties that will resist foliar diseases.
The 2014 production numbers are expected to be the highest on record; however, growers are facing a few challenges from the drought that have some shifting acreage to areas with more water.
Researchers are trying to determine the conditions that favored the ‘perfect storm’ for beet curly top virus, which caused $100 million in losses last year.
A record high is predicted for the 2014 processing tomato crop.
Researchers discover a gene that could allow commercial tomatoes to tolerate light all day and night.
Tomatoes offer a variety of culinary options for consumers–from pizza to ice cream, the choices are many.
A four-page fact sheet is available to help high tunnel tomato growers fight leaf mold.
The new technology helps vine-ripened tomatoes stay fresh from farm to table.
Researchers discuss how understanding the genetic changes in the late blight pathogen along with a proactive approach to control may help with resistance issues.
Häagen-Dazs released its Spoon Vege series of ice cream featuring Tomato Cherry and Carrot Orange flavors.
Check out a slideshow featuring 19 varieties from leading seed breeders and distributors to add to your collection.
Digital-based information resource from American Phytopathological Society available for iPhone and iPad use.
Skins of the fruit key to sustainability strategy for both companies.
These two diseases can be severely damaging to tomatoes in protected environments if not managed properly.
Study traces late blight to South America instead of Mexico, as previously thought, providing key insight to the pathogen’s genetic diversity and behavior.
150,000-square-foot center consolidates operations from three existing locations.