Compare types, disease packages, and best regions to find the right cucumber for your operation.
Unlike past decades, new modes of action and active ingredients are rare today. Here’s why.
Top Flavor Farms has a great reputation in the industry for quality, innovation, and advocacy. What does it take to reach that level of success?
USDA released an agricultural atlas as part of its 2017 Census of Agriculture, and it has a lot to tell.
After a series of romaine-linked outbreaks, Top Flavor’s Mike Clements is confident the industry is coming back.
Compare these lettuces to see which varieties you’ll want to grow.
As part of our ongoing examination of USDA’s 2017 Census of Agriculture, we turn our eyes to acreage.
Growers rely on pesticides, but they can be harmful if they escape the farm. Here are some ways to ensure you are a good steward and a good grower.
Weeds not only offer refuge to pests (and the diseases they vector), they also interfere with insecticide applications.
Compare these varieties features to find the right ones for your growing operation.
USDA’s long-awaited 2017 Census of Agriculture has finally arrived. Find out which vegetable crops are growing — and shrinking — the most.
University of California’s Michael Cahn shares tested ways to protect local water ways from pesticides in your irrigation.
Researchers are turning their eyes on how effective organic fertilizers are. These two studies involved two popular vegetable crops: onions and eggplant.
Dr. Leonard Pike, who developed the Texas 1015 Supersweet onion, has died. He was 78.
What you need to know to identify and manage this disease.
Since 2009, tomato production (as measured by hundredweight – cwt) fell 38%, according to data from USDA.
Rules and ways of doing things can evolve from just “a way to get the job done” to “the way it must be.” Spread that out among several crews with their own rules, and your operation can founder.
U.S. potato exports losses could exceed more than $400 million annually.
Volatile forces are reshaping the fresh tomato industry, giving quick-thinking producers a wild adventure.
During the news writer’s investigation, he discovered how illogical H-2A rules can be.