Massive recovery process underway in wake of historic storm’s big blow by air, land, and sea.
The quarantine restricts movement of certain goods into New York from New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia.
Biocontrols USA East 2018 pre-conference road trip puts into perspective driving forces behind modern food production and consumer demand.
As U.S. growers recover from the decade-long organic hydroponics battle, the rest of the world moves forward.
Honey bees are facing a lot of challenges; not least is consumers’ indifference to their plight.
State agriculture department officials and USDA announce another successful eradication of the invasive pest in Miami-Dade County.
Like never before, be the grower operation big or small, a whole new toolkit for farm production in the 21st century is needed.
Agricultural losses for the Tar Heel State have exceeded $1.1 billion. Vegetables and horticulture losses are at $26.8 million so far.
Provisions for specialty crop growers include phytosanitary and science-based sanitary measures and addresses biotechnology.
While there are many suspected causes, it seems like bee decline is less about one factor and more about the interrelation of many different effects.
The 2018 Farm Bill is unlikely to pass before the previous one expires on September 30. What does that mean, exactly?
Growers can apply for payments from the Market Facilitation Program.
A study by the University of California found that applying nitrogen to a well-managed, productive orchard after harvest did not improve almond yield the next year.
Unique variety can withstand cold temperatures and is resistant to downy and powdery mildew.
‘Compassion’ is one of the University of Arkansas “inspiration” series of white seedless table grapes.
While a 67.7% duty was levied in April, the industry is now bracing for an additional 10% coming soon.
Popular on-the-go crop protection learning experience ready to roll in Rochester.