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It’s a long road to developing disease-resistant rootstocks, but USDA-ARS research at the University of California, Davis is providing a great start for walnuts.
Annual report shows growers are planting and learning a new normal while living with citrus greening.
While there are several challenges for widespread robotic implementation, improving apple tree canopies may help the transition to automation.
After calling for those in the U.S. food chain to destroy all romaine lettuce last week, FDA and […]
Novel conference and expo created for specialty crop growers of all types and industry stakeholders alike shines brightly amid the lights of Las Vegas.
After the leafy greens industry took extensive steps to prevent another outbreak following last spring’s deadly Yuma-AZ-linked romaine E. coli scare, the CDC announced a new multistate outbreak is occurring.
Losses from cherry exports alone could top $60 million.
The organophosphate is used to control pests that threaten a variety of crops, including grapes, almonds, oranges, and a variety of vegetables.
Five grower groups send letters to representatives in Washington requesting inclusion of vineyards in disaster assistance funding.
Government agency outlines a number of improvements, similar to what the LGMA is recommending.
Researchers discover first instance of samurai wasp where population re-establishes on several sites.
A team of researchers from China discovered spotted wing drosophila prefer traps using brewer’s yeast, the dregs after beer production.
Early damage calculations continue to add up for the state’s farmers in wake of the super storm.
Blockchain, fruit varieties, and food security among several items on the front burner.
Producers suffer an estimated $560 million loss close to harvest.