Although current food safety measures include barring wildlife as much as possible, ecologically diverse farms may be safer, a Washington State University study involving 70 farms throughout the West Coast finds.
Beloukha from Belchim USA aims to naturally burn down and help control a host of troublesome weeds.
International trade a key talking point as more than 90 producers meet with representatives during U.S. Apple Association’s annual trip to Washington.
For second consecutive year, college tops USDA list for research and development expenditures.
Digital portal designed to help visitors identify plant predators and pathogens and learn critical information about management methods.
Operators find the program is among few sources of reliable, legal workers.
Government agencies remove several more areas of interest around Miami-Dade County from quarantine status once sparked by the voracious invasive pest.
Latest annual ranking of academic excellence is revealed. Learn which schools earned all A’s in farming-related education and research.
Spotted lanternfly, citrus commodity surveys, and pollinator health are among projects funded.
Newly elected members of organization’s Governing Council and Policy Committee kick off their terms at annual meeting.
Fruit and Vegetable Grower Connect East brings together suppliers and producers to solve problems and build relationships.
The human factor in agriculture might be relegated to the back seat as smart robotic solutions continue to crop up.
Due to rule changes, some growers have found it difficult to determine a tax liability by set deadline.
Apple, cherry, peach, and plum producers approve a referendum to help keep the state’s industry on cutting edge.
What you need to know to identify and control this insect.
Part of legislation broadens window of trade-mitigation relief for farmers earning more than $900,000 on average.
The future of tree fruit production will be a world of collaboration, incorporation, and real-time data says featured speakers at IFTA conference.