NIMITZ receives EPA and Florida registrations.
Correspondence addresses actress Eva Longoria’s documentary “Food Chains,” which focuses on mistreatment of tomato farmworkers.
UF/IFAS scientists see promise in disease resistance and overall quality.
An array of gene variants provides breakthrough benefits in tomato yield for breeders; other crops to follow.
Despite persistent drought conditions, an estimated 14 million tons were harvested in California this year.
The mechanism aids in the resistance and susceptibility of a fungus associated with wilt.
Why such a foreboding title? Thrips, one of the tiniest pests of greenhouse crops, are the carrier of […]
Results indicate how labeling matters in purchasing decisions.
Leading vegetable seed companies highlight a half dozen high-performance selections for producers in the Sunshine State.
New variety features larger fruit, better disease package, and higher yield potential compared to Florida 47 R tomato hybrid.
Labor has been at the top of many growers’ minds — for better or for worse — in […]
$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.