Dundee Citrus Growers Association develops largest citrus under protective screen planting in the U.S.
Versatility of the alternative crop is allowing growers, brewers, and other retailers to crack open new opportunities.
Retiring Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association Vice President Dan Botts served as longtime MCFA Technical Committee Chairman.
Three more recognized for stalwart service to the Sunshine State’s signature crop.
With groves looking better, it’s time to keep the momentum going.
The last 12 months have yielded many challenges as well as new opportunities for Florida growers. It’s time to make 2019 even better.
Economic analysis finds a high-density approach can pay off.
Broad spectrum product PQZ is registered for control of of aphids, citrus thrips, leafhoppers, mealybugs, and whiteflies.
Annual report shows growers are planting and learning a new normal while living with citrus greening.
Rick Dantzler places emphasis on putting science to work in the grove.
What you need to identify and manage this weed.
Novel conference and expo created for specialty crop growers of all types and industry stakeholders alike shines brightly amid the lights of Las Vegas.
Growers from the Sunshine State well represented at annual Produce Marketing Association grand gathering.
Tye Thompson has created a farm-stand model that requires very little of his time. Take a look at how he does it, and see if it’s something that will work for you.
See how CropLife America is using comedy to shed light on the importance of crop protection.
University of Georgia Researchers have found the genetic mechanism that controls the shape of fruits, vegetables, and grains.
Coming off a tough season, the industry is ready to kick-start a new year on a positive note at annual gathering in Ft. Pierce.