Project will look at integrated pest management solutions that could threaten top-dollar crops in state.
UF/IFAS continues its successful track record, stands by the strength of science.
Region’s recovery efforts from last fall’s devastating storm has been extra slow due in large part to political red tape.
From dealing with international trade issues, to tracking new transportation rules, the Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association is working on a full plate.
Comments being accepted for proposed rule that would remove smooth russeting on ‘Fuji’ apples.
Increased duties to be lobbied on frozen, processed fruit and vegetables, as well as some crop input products.
There was a handful of key takeaways from the Produce Marketing Association’s 6th annual event focusing on ag tech.
Tyler Scheid says the cloud-based technology is agriculture’s ledger of the future.
The labor is just not going to there to harvest the fruit, so you need to start preparing your workers for a brave new world.
Meister Media Worldwide relaunches PrecisionAg.com as ‘Global Tech Insight to Drive Agribusiness.’
Designers of today’s and tomorrow’s orchard equipment say there have been a lot of bumps along the way to getting where we are today.
While California growers have been expecting this moment for a while, the California Environmental Protection Agency has officially […]
Grower operation reports market and weather conditions in the Southeast aligning for what could be 20% increase in volume over last year.
Energized economy and influx of new residents fuel continued growth.
Unlike past decades, new modes of action and active ingredients are rare today. Here’s why.
Farming properties sold to investor group as grape breeding and licensing developed under Sun World Innovations.
Comments are being accepted through May 17 to support keeping the registration for aerial applications of streptomycin and oxytetracycline.