Want to expand your growing operation’s offerings? You might need to look up, or even down for solutions.
Strong market, ease of growing, and long life has captured the attention of some growers in the Sunshine State.
Latest decision surrounding the controversial water quality regulation impacts 26 states.
A grower’s best defense? Invest in technology and stay informed to promote your cause.
Thousands from the Northern San Joaquin Valley expected to demonstrate at the state capitol to call attention to plan that would flood premium farmland.
Some see the shared, cloud-based technology as the answer to rapid, real-time traceability.
The multistate outbreak of the Cyclosporiasis parasite adds to public anxiety around romaine lettuce, which was at the center of other foodborne illnesses recently.
Emergency actions continue by district water management officials to lower critical levels across the region.
If growers want better prices for their produce, they must work together to demand them.
As labor and shipping costs go up, Australian fruit and vegetable growers band together to demand better prices from major grocery store chains.
We may live in the most prosperous and peaceful time in history, but it sure doesn’t feel that way in this 24/7 digitally connected world.
Two young women in the fruit and vegetable industry talk gender stereotypes, attracting female talent, and where agriculture is getting it right.
Fear not if career paths are covered in dirt. Someone’s gotta do it.
Trevor Suslow, the chief of the Postharvest Technology Center at the University of California, Davis, has been chosen Vice President of Food Safety for the Produce Marketing Association.
New partnership will combine field- and greenhouse-growing expertise, allowing consumers year-round access to premium product.
Growers embroiled in work-related troubles have made the news far too often. Here are several examples, all with recent datelines.
Thousands of farmers’ markets currently accepting food stamps may not be able to do so starting July 31.