Online library helps identify pests and diseases in strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries.
Northern California company disputes the incident, which caused eight farm workers to seek medical treatment.
Centers are making strides in conducting diagnostics and pathogen elimination services for nurseries, so crops are a part of state certification programs.
Organics are hot. Consumer demand and continued market growth are creating more opportunities for farmers.
Information collected in the survey will be used to gain a better understanding of the marketing, pricing, and sales strategies currently being used by raspberry and blackberry producers across the U.S. and Canada.
After identifying opportunities within the organic market, Wholesum Harvest has created a new enterprises with partners in an effort to fill those voids.
Drones have become a part of agronomy and are now making their way into specialty crops. Learn everything you need to know about how they can change strawberry production forever.
State industry organizations band together to ask for help amid mounting production pressures, severe weather events, and foreign competition.
The use of gibberellic acid can help reduce loses from freeze damage.
With robots, artificial intelligence, and machine vision showing up on the farm, the game of growing could be about to radically change.
In their search for effective spotted wing drosophila control, researchers discovered a common sugar substitute is toxic to fruit flies.
Tiny pest a possible culprit in reported widespread crop losses.
When faced with spotted wing drosophila (SWD), it’s critical for growers to keep in mind this is almost […]
Longtime Plant City, FL-based operation Astin Farms taps into earliness and efficiency to overcome in a challenging environment.
It’s important to pay attention to the health of the soil as it has a vital role in plant health.
State-of-the-art operation in Central Florida built and equipped to meet growing marketplace demand.
Fifth annual fundraising event harvests nearly $100,000 for Redlands Christian Migrant Association.