Washington State researchers grow disease bacteria in the lab for the first time. Find out how.
2019 Citrus Achievement Award winner Bob Behr says the industry needs to get more aggressive in telling its story to the masses.
Deep-rooted UF/IFAS fruit breeding program in Gainesville continues to lay the groundwork for valuable variety research and development.
If you haven’t yet had the pleasure of a FDA inspector calling at the farm gate, there’s still time to get all your ducks in a row.
A 908 trees-per-acre grove is being grown in Florida and groomed with mechanical harvest in mind.
Have plans in place now to avoid confusion and calamity caused by storms.
USDA expands quarantine areas after plant tissue samples of deadly disease found in multiple locations.
Longtime UF/IFAS Vegetable Extension Agent Gene McAvoy is retiring, but his work in the field is far from over.
Extra early orange crop outlook indicates modest, yet steady increase ahead for the 2019-2020 campaign.
U.S. Representative Kathy Castor sees firsthand ecosystem services being provided on the farm.
2019 Citrus Achievement Award winner Bob Behr says growing trees under cover is one innovative way to help preserve the Sunshine State’s signature crop.
Latest quarantine expansion marks first time the fungal disease has been detected on a residential property since it was first found in the Sunshine State nearly a decade ago.
When it comes to planting decisions, there’s no substitute for walking the groves.
If you don’t know your elected representatives (local, state, national), take steps to meet them and their staff.
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.