Gary and Stephanie Craft of G and S Orchards make quality and crop diversity a hallmark of their operation.
See how predatory insects are helping protect crops the natural way.
Genetic modification gets all the attention, but Florida strawberry breeders are incorporating innovative techniques into traditional plant breeding with great success.
Zirkle Fruit in Washington sues to block the Department of Labor’s increase in Prevailing Wage Rates.
‘Cascade Premiere,’ making its debut from Washington State University, is a fit for processing market.
Publicly available plants from University of California, Davis are intended to help farmers manage diseases and production costs.
Spotted wing drosophila takes Southwest Indiana grower by surprise as Midwest’s unseasonably cool, wet spring doesn’t delay pest’s arrival.
After a decade of determining best practices for growing organic blueberries, researchers are taking a closer look at the effects of colored weed mats.
Blockchain and fumigation alternatives at center of discussions during 37th annual Agritech education program and trade show.
University of Plymouth project tackles the challenges of bramble harvest.
Grower operation reports market and weather conditions in the Southeast aligning for what could be 20% increase in volume over last year.
Controlling the plant pest in organic plantings can be possible with trapping, variety choices, as well as attract-and-kill strategies.
Driscoll’s alleges illegal use of its hybrid to cross breed for new varieties.
Central Florida-based growing operation Misty Organics is countering competition by filling a niche demand.
Research team works nights to expose potential in novel crop protection method.
Growers may get the full value from tissue culture transplants — and cut their labor costs — by adopting mulching.
Team of researchers also might be able to find genes that lead to increased flavor or aroma while maintaining firmness and shelflife.