Export volumes fell 27% in 2018! Learn what industry experts are expecting for 2019.
Nerves on the rise as China rejects all U.S. agricultural goods in retaliation of another round of U.S.-sanctioned tariffs.
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.
In his career, Dr. John VanSickle has just about seen it all and knows factors like trade and tech will continue to shape the state’s specialty crop sector.
Will the state’s economic engine keep running hot? Growers who can navigate a shifting business landscape will find new consumers and opportunities.
The fruit was subject to retaliatory duties from No. 1 and No. 2 export markets.
Energized economy and influx of new residents fuel continued growth.
Report shows share has dropped 17% since 2011; figure is the smallest portion of the pie since reporting began in 1993.
Purchase, which falls under “Section 32” program, is expected to support growers stung by low-cost imports.
Volatile forces are reshaping the fresh tomato industry, giving quick-thinking producers a wild adventure.
While Florida tomatoes were first to feel the pinch, other specialty crops are now suffering under Mexico’s dumping of produce.
Blueberries lead the way, but California strawberries are coming on strong.
Take a closer look at the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018.
Younger shoppers are driving demand and changing market dynamics through their access to digital information.
USDA set to dole out another round of trade mitigation payments through its Market Facilitation Program.
FFVA testimony underscores United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement’s failure to address Mexico’s dumping of produce into Florida’s market window.
Economic analysis finds a high-density approach can pay off.