Light treatment studies expose potential for significant growth and yield increase of the alternative crop.
We may live in the most prosperous and peaceful time in history, but it sure doesn’t feel that way in this 24/7 digitally connected world.
Two young women in the fruit and vegetable industry talk gender stereotypes, attracting female talent, and where agriculture is getting it right.
Dennis Wedgworth receives accolades during Florida Fertilizer & Agrichemical Association’s 86th annual meeting.
California officials who call for more natural rivers are putting the state’s growers in jeopardy.
Fear not if career paths are covered in dirt. Someone’s gotta do it.
Trevor Suslow, the chief of the Postharvest Technology Center at the University of California, Davis, has been chosen Vice President of Food Safety for the Produce Marketing Association.
There are still challenges and questions about these materials, but the science behind the scenes can help improve your crop.
Sarah Dressel has been named Chairperson of the Board of Directors for the New York Apple Association.
Fruit breeding a hot topic as the International Fruit Tree Association makes first stop at Summerland Research Station in British Columbia.
Growers embroiled in work-related troubles have made the news far too often. Here are several examples, all with recent datelines.
Thousands of farmers’ markets currently accepting food stamps may not be able to do so starting July 31.
University of Florida-run facility will tackle some of the biggest pollinator problems.
Company acquires breeding and associated variety assets of tree fruit industry stalwart Burchell Nursery.
Recent television shows spurred my wife and me to pack our bags and plan a vacation around farm visits.
Nanocrystals, a plant-based solution, was created by Washington State University researchers to protect delicate fruit buds post-bloom.
Competition set for college students to prove their agriculture innovation mettle.