Unlike the recent fatal E. coli outbreak linked to Yuma, AZ-grown romaine, the CDC was able to link the outbreak to a source quickly and issue a recall.
Industry association says proposed process to establish national research and promotion program was burdensome.
BMSB has been causing more damage in a fashion that should concern the state’s growers.
Fast food giant makes major commitment to fresh produce grown exclusively indoors.
The invasive pest was initially found in the state earlier this year, but now another first: infiltrating a cultivated crop.
The Centers of Disease Control (CDC) announced four more people have died as a result of the Yuma, AZ-linked E. […]
USDA seeks help in ending directives on wine imported into the Great White North.
After identifying opportunities within the organic market, Wholesum Harvest has created a new enterprises with partners in an effort to fill those voids.
Agency seeking input from stakeholders on findings by the National Marine Fisheries Service’s Biological Opinion, which threaten the use of widely used pesticides.
NOAA issues forecast that includes a 75% chance tropical activity will be near or above-normal.
USDA’s new labeling and disclosure standards come as part of the National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Law.
After a surprise defeat in the House, the Farm Bill still has life in it. Here’s what you need to watch for (including a possible H-2C revival).
Chinese government reportedly agrees to buy more U.S. energy and agricultural commodities, but joint statement released does not provide exact details.
Decision in Washington impacts $10 billion agricultural industry and more than 100,000 fieldworkers in the state.
One GenNext Grower says if the agriculture industry wants to lure more fresh faces, it will need to up its game.
This is only the second time the notorious peach fruit fly species has been spotted in the Sunshine State.
Specialty agriculture interests among those being most challenged by shifting environmental impacts.