Nominations being accepted for prestigious industry honor.
Bacteriophage products to be available for apple, pear, and citrus growers in 2019.
Massive recovery process underway in wake of historic storm’s big blow by air, land, and sea.
Initial crop estimate from USDA predicts a robust return to more fruitful days.
Since the 1990s, the industry went from having four insecticide classes to 20, giving you a lot more tools in the fight against pests.
California citrus growers had a profitable season, but face a host of daunting challenges, especially demands from regulators and customers.
New research identifies factors that can impact your organic price premium.
Learn how the USDA is helping growers meet and exceed stewardship thresholds.
The 2018 Farm Bill is unlikely to pass before the previous one expires on September 30. What does that mean, exactly?
Private investor steps up to sponsor first phase of research project vetting alternative crop and cropping systems in the state.
Class of 2019 represents full spectrum of the state’s farming sector.
Outgoing Florida Congressman Tom Rooney thanks growers for being an inspiration to him during his time in office.
Dr. Ann Blount’s lifetime contributions to the state’s farm industry has earned her respect and now an industry award.
In a world of increasing demand for transparency from consumers, a healthy dose of marketing mindfulness matters.
Researchers are minding protective mesh experiments to help new plantings stay psyllid-free.
The alternative crop is finding its niche among growers and consumers in the Sunshine State.
Check out these new citrus tree varieties, destined to boost homeowner confidence in the face of HLB.