‘USDA Red’ is a true red variety, not a green spinach with red veins.
Learn more about a partnership between Cultiva and Taylor Farms that aims to deliver consistent, quality product out of North Florida facility.
Plan to kick the year off right with the event for citrus professionals.
Local researchers aim to show these colorful cucurbits are not just for pie filling or fancy lattes.
New detection of the disease triggers quarantine expansion. Find out who’s impacted.
CDC and FDA say Salinas-grown romaine is at the heart of E. coli outbreak.
Industry experts take a stab at what’s coming in hot from the field to the fork.
Aerial systems could be used for scouting and spot-treatment applications.
34th annual survey from American Farm Bureau digs into Turkey Day economics. Find out what a classic spread for 10 will cost and more.
USDA Issues Federal Order expanding inspections and testing protocols in response to tomato brown rugose fruit virus finds.
USDA recently held a webinar to help interested growers understand the various moving parts with interim production rules. Here are a few thoughts we gleaned.
The latest pest to hit Florida citrus has the potential to cause economic harm.
Learn more about a unique urban agriculture project aiming to feed locals with fresh produce and knowledge.
Find out who will be sharing nearly $473k in cost-share funding to fuel efforts that will save water usage and drastically reduce nutrient loads.
Learn how to identify, the survival and spread, as well as management methods for this vegetable pest.
See how enhanced connectivity will not only benefit ag in general, but also pay off big time in the future.
North Florida and South Georgia citrus plantings offer some advantages, but it comes with a risk.