Applications being accepted for conservation-based projects befitting of cost-share program funding.
Corteva Agriscience conducted a study that included 4,160 respondents living in 17 countries (from both the developed and developing world) on five different continents.
Despite being popular for years, organic produce sales are still increasing rapidly.
Bacteriophage products to be available for apple, pear, and citrus growers in 2019.
Poor reporting, recordkeeping and lack of grower interest seals fate of defunct commission.
Researchers find that extract from fruitful fungus delivered significant declines in two viruses harmful to hives.
Massive recovery process underway in wake of historic storm’s big blow by air, land, and sea.
The quarantine restricts movement of certain goods into New York from New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia.
Biocontrols USA East 2018 pre-conference road trip puts into perspective driving forces behind modern food production and consumer demand.
Since the 1990s, the industry went from having four insecticide classes to 20, giving you a lot more tools in the fight against pests.
Honey bees are facing a lot of challenges; not least is consumers’ indifference to their plight.
State agriculture department officials and USDA announce another successful eradication of the invasive pest in Miami-Dade County.
Growers are stinging from low prices and uncertain markets.
Like never before, be the grower operation big or small, a whole new toolkit for farm production in the 21st century is needed.
New research identifies factors that can impact your organic price premium.
Workers allegedly locked inside orchard by new landowner during harvest.
Provisions for specialty crop growers include phytosanitary and science-based sanitary measures and addresses biotechnology.