What can vegetable growers do to lower wildlife intrusions into their fields?
Just like the early computer era, today’s precision agriculture for specialty crops offers surprising and creative solutions to common field issues.
Research aims at encouraging growers to use alternatives to fresh groundwater.
The catch? There’s no univseral definition of “healthy soil.”
Want to expand your growing operation’s offerings? You might need to look up, or even down for solutions.
Latest decision surrounding the controversial water quality regulation impacts 26 states.
Use technology to give plants what they need, when they need it.
Learn the basics of hydroponics, and you’ll avoid costly errors.
Local researchers provide nutrient recommendations for stressed out, greening-riddled groves.
With increased costs, razor-thin margins, and increased competition, nobody can afford to do things the way they’ve always been done for the sake of tradition or just plain being obstinate.
Consumers are showing a strong demand for organic produce, but don’t quit your day job just yet.
Adapting tools to meet your needs? Here’s what you need to know.
Light treatment studies expose potential for significant growth and yield increase of the alternative crop.
Dennis Wedgworth receives accolades during Florida Fertilizer & Agrichemical Association’s 86th annual meeting.
There are still challenges and questions about these materials, but the science behind the scenes can help improve your crop.
New partnership will combine field- and greenhouse-growing expertise, allowing consumers year-round access to premium product.
University of Florida-run facility will tackle some of the biggest pollinator problems.