What you need to know to identify and control this weed.
UF/IFAS researchers are prepping to make room for, plant, and track the progress of what could become a cash crop for the state.
Details divulged about additional $340 million via USDA block grant for crop losses through the 2020 season.
The board was first created to examine how USDA programs can meet changing grower needs. Its charter expired in July 2017, and it is now being reestablished.
Important position open to help Florida’s signature crop move forward in the era of greening.
A disconnect exists between what consumers think organic food means and reality.
Increasingly, the general public — and the retailers that serve them — expect food to be produced more sustainability. Biological control is a good option for growers looking to fill that demand.
There’s still time to let lawmakers know why it is important not to add drastic cost increases on agricultural transportation with burdensome over-regulation.
Consider using these advancements to improve the delivery of your biological control investments.
Experiment shines light and turns up the heat on varieties exposed to extended photoperiod and cold storage conditions.
More agricultural projects singled out to divvy St. Johns River Water Management District funds for conservation, nutrient reduction.
When it comes to telling the story of agriculture, it’s important to serve up the facts. Crop-centric infographics are one way to spread the word.
For a variety of reasons, growers aren’t using fertigation to its potential. Here’s how you can overcome common obstacles on your own farm.
From drone analysis to field scouting, mobile technology can help you do your job faster and more efficiently.
The industry’s newest advocate steps up to the plate and is ready to crush it.
State grower association more relevant than ever in the era of HLB.
Meet the members behind the scenes working to secure clean plant material for Florida’s signature crop.