There are still challenges and questions about these materials, but the science behind the scenes can help improve your crop.
Current market forces and economics continue to drive the business.
University of Florida-run facility will tackle some of the biggest pollinator problems.
Transaction to create what would be one of the largest crop protection companies in the world.
Novel plasticulture approach can turn Asian citrus psyllids away from young plantings.
Record rains force flow of toxic algae from overloaded Lake Okeechobee into St. Lucie and Caloosahatchee rivers.
Practices that maximize productivity can undermine the pollination process, reducing profitability.
The vast majority of crew leaders and contractors are decent people. But ultimately, you must ensure that what you think is happening on your farm truly is happening.
Biopesticide company donates $20K to Citrus Research and Development Foundation to help find a cure for devastating disease.
Revised outlook tempered due to unfavorable conditions in the tropics.
Farmers may not be dying by suicide more than any other group of people, after all.
During his keynote speech at the United Fresh Convention, the Secretary of Agriculture touched on several key policy issues affecting growers.
The laborious process is problematic for users, but it’s the only game in town that delivers legal workers.
Besides labor and water, factors like climate change, blockchains, and organics are becoming front-burner considerations for more specialty crop farmers.
Projects on private and publicly-owned land keeping a surge of stormwater runoff out of northern estuaries.
2018 Florida Grower Citrus Achievement Award winner Tom Rooney says voices from the groves carry loudly to Capitol Hill.
Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association’s annual convention reaches a mighty milestone.