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From drones, to robotic fruit pickers, and beyond, the number of firms offering produce growers new in-the-field tools continues to take off.
Specialty crop growers can use these flying cameras to more efficiently scout and evaluate their operations.
Grower John Paul looks to subsurface irrigation to provide benefits in new South Florida planting.
Ag industry players mixed with local business leaders and stakeholders to map out strategy for emerging alternative crop.
Farm owners and their employees have a big responsibility to ensure that the crops they produce are safe for consumers. Here are some great recommendations for ensuring food safety.
Michaela McLean claims the title of Miss Florida 2019; moves on to take her talents and compete in Miss America pageant.
Whether growing crops south or north of Lake Okeechobee, agriculture is going to be in the middle of the rancorous debate over water.
In-the-field feedback indicates the alternative crop continues to brew up interest in the Sunshine State.
Ruling comes following review of 2016 decision; restores use on citrus, cucurbits, strawberries, and more.
Slight bump in all-orange tally from USDA rounds out campaign of marked recovery.
See what challenges in Tallahassee have turned into future opportunity on the state’s farming front.
Learn how 2019 Citrus Achievement Award winner Bob Behr is planning for the future and fighting for orange juice.
Deal between Citrus Research and Development Foundation and University of Florida will allow the Foundation to continue to operate as it had since its inception in 2009.
Join the conversation as a new committee leads the charge to developing new varieties in the wake of an HLB endemic.
Citrus growers on alert as first-ever find of lebbeck mealybug in commercial grove reported.
Governor signs bill into law, establishing new state program for the alternative crop.