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Kenny Barnwell stays on top of industry issues — in and out of the orchard.
Long cane berry growers can enjoy far more command in a soilless system, but their margin of error is also much greater.
There are best practices supported by research and demonstrated solutions that can be considered to support and enhance this vital sector.
Learn how researchers extracted the data to predict consumer liking and preference for certain blueberry varieties
Farmers’ Almanac says many should prepare to shake, shiver, and shovel.
Produce growing operation says the solution begins with understanding what’s happening on your farm.
Dave Gleason has reached the stage of his career where he’s a mentor to young growers, but he certainly hasn’t stopped learning.
What was once known as the Asian giant hornet (aka, ‘murder hornet’) is now the northern giant hornet. Find out why.
Organization conducts research and develops data necessary for the registration of pest management tools, ensuring they are safe for use.
Bruce Hollabaugh was barely in his 40s, but his loss leaves a gaping hole in Pennsylvania produce sector leadership.
As maximum residue limits tighten across the globe, biocontrols step up as viable food crop production option.
New study shows building a more heat-tolerant plant starts with genes.
When it comes to introducing a new crop, blackberries, raspberries, and strawberries lead the way.
First-year trees give the cherry-growing community something to get excited about.
Growers on each coast remain vigilant in their fight to eradicate the Asian citrus psyllid and HLB.
Pam Marrone of Marrone BioInnovations is fired up about the future of biocontrols and says growers should be too. Learn why.