Massive recovery process underway in wake of historic storm’s big blow by air, land, and sea.
Like never before, be the grower operation big or small, a whole new toolkit for farm production in the 21st century is needed.
Agricultural losses for the Tar Heel State have exceeded $1.1 billion. Vegetables and horticulture losses are at $26.8 million so far.
New research identifies factors that can impact your organic price premium.
Provisions for specialty crop growers include phytosanitary and science-based sanitary measures and addresses biotechnology.
Learn how the USDA is helping growers meet and exceed stewardship thresholds.
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.
It can be bittersweet to work for someone else after college before returning to the farm, but these two emerging grower/leaders strongly recommend it.
Collecting and crunching data can make you more efficient and productive.
The alternative crop is finding its niche among growers and consumers in the Sunshine State.
Damage assessment and documentation among the top priorities for producers impacted by soaking storm.
A Meister Media Worldwide survey found that while precision agriculture adoption in specialty crops may lag that of row crops, interest in the technology does not.
Fight over whether Gerawan Farming Inc. can have a labor contract imposed on them has been decided, for now.
The keynotes are set to hit all high notes at inaugural event for the entire specialty crop industry.
Last-minute harvest and final plasticulture preparations are priorities for area’s strawberry and grape growers.
Time might not heal all wounds. But moving forward can, and often does, lead to new opportunity.