North Carolina State University researchers explored the costs and potential revenue that you could potentially generate from selling unharvested produce. Here’s what they found.
Lisa Johnson, the North Carolina State University researcher who found you may have more leftover crop after harvest than you think, chats with American Vegetable Grower Editor Carol Miller.
North Carolina State University studied how much crop you leave behind after harvest — and if it can make a profit. Here’s how to know if it’s worth one more harvest.
There are several ways mechanical harvesting can injure your crop. Follow these tips to help protect your investment.
First commercial use of automated picker logged in Southern Hemisphere orchard.
The number of growers reporting strong production increases took a sharp dive this year, by almost 17 percentage points.
Modern mechanization can potentially help Florida growers and many others beyond address ongoing workforce shortages.
Local producers believe mechanical harvest is a must to remain competitive on a global scale.
A number of factors play into the lower harvest, including Hurricane Florence.
Competition set for college students to prove their agriculture innovation mettle.
It might come at you straight out of the blue, like the smartphone, so get ready.
Innovation and technology start with growers working with their peers and manufacturers.
Florida-based agtech company officially unveils autonomous mobile platform.
National Science Foundation awards grant for further development of potential industry game-changer.
As almond yields increase, growers may find themselves with more harvested crop than processors can handle. Proper stockpiling […]
Company receives U.S. Patent approval for continuous picking wheel on the machine.
Depending on your goals, labor-saving devices are available to just about any grower, big or small. Two growers and an equipment manufacturer discuss the kinds of things you can do — and what it will mean for your production.