Produce farmers have little spare time to research new solutions to the challenges they face. For us trade editors, it’s our day job.
USDA reports that from 2012 to 2017 total agricultural product sales stayed flat overall. Yet over that same time frame, U.S. total organic product sales more than doubled.
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While the fruit and vegetable industry has created ingenious ways to keep fields as clean as possible, we’ve learned fences are not always animal proof.
The Colorado farmer chats with American Vegetable Grower Editor Carol Miller about a few out-of-the-box ideas on affordable housing for seasonal workers.
Stagnant prices are a threat to the future of our industry. We need to figure out a way to address the issue fairly and within our capitalist system.
The launch of Organic Fraud Prevention Solutions program is rolling out for the 2020 crop season. Here’s what you need to know now.
Following Secretary Perdue’s poorly stated comment about small farms having little future, Technology Editor Matthew J. Grassi finds much to inspire him among the growers and farmers he has met.
Answering blockchain’s strong entry into the fruit and vegetable market, traditional traceback providers up their game.
American Vegetable Grower’s 2019 Grower Achievement Award winner frankly addressed several hundred fellow growers, retailers, and government representatives about how urgently the industry needs reliable labor.
Like other growers, J&D Produce thinks flavor and nutrition matter. But how it ensures its crops are packed with both is definitely unusual.
The renowned Colorado vegetable grower tells American Vegetable Grower Editor Carol Miller how he and his peers have grabbed the attention of politicians.