The St. Johns River Water Management District has funded 85 ag-based conservation initiatives over the last four years. Learn who made the list this time.
How little can you irrigate without risking a lower yield — even water-hungry crops like celery?
Grower John Paul looks to subsurface irrigation to provide benefits in new South Florida planting.
Irrigation apps help growers use the right amount of water at the right time.
Growers rely on pesticides, but they can be harmful if they escape the farm. Here are some ways to ensure you are a good steward and a good grower.
University of California’s Michael Cahn shares tested ways to protect local water ways from pesticides in your irrigation.
Improved groundwater and surface storage are needed, says letter from more than 100 organizations.
No grower wants to leave trees parched but starting too early in the season can lead to both root and crown diseases.
The lucky operations will share in $1.2 million to help improve resource conservation and prevent nutrient runoff.
Contrary to their older counterparts, young trees might actually benefit from a full serving of water, regardless of greening disease status.
Applications being accepted for conservation-based projects befitting of cost-share program funding.
Collecting and crunching data can make you more efficient and productive.
Research aims at encouraging growers to use alternatives to fresh groundwater.
Less water creates conflicts. The growers who can demonstrate they can conserve water and who build political relationships will be the most likely to succeed.
Growers in arid countries like Australia, Israel, and South Africa share what works for them.
Of course nuts need water — but a new research report says: Almond growers aren’t water wasters.
More agricultural projects singled out to divvy St. Johns River Water Management District funds for conservation, nutrient reduction.