Florida Grower editor Frank Giles says the sense of urgency is palpable in an industry where talk of an imminent shutdown of a processing plant is real and virtually every passing crop estimate drops by millions of boxes.
Yield and quality can be as important to growers as crop protection.
Flexibility, creativity, and swagger to be hallmarks of refreshed public relations plan.
Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam says the state’s farming sector and overall economy are in danger of drowning in red tape.
The new repository in LaCrosse gives the Florida citrus industry hope from which to build.
Learn how to ID, the survival and spread, as well as management methods for this vegetable disease.
As HLB runs rampant, everything is on the table for Scott Lambeth when it comes to disease mitigation.
With the phase-out of the popular soil fumigant, it’s important to know you have crop protection options.
Growers look for recommendations to keep fields clean in the absence of the long-used fumigant.
Three Florida producers weigh in on what they are doing to meet the changing dynamics of demand.
Find out what Florida Grower editor Frank Giles learned during his recent visit to Evonik Industries’ Greensboro, NC, facility.
More and more forward-thinking minds are delving into the possibility of using 3D printers to make their own fruits and vegetables.