The multistate outbreak of the Cyclosporiasis parasite adds to public anxiety around romaine lettuce, which was at the center of other foodborne illnesses recently.
Learn the basics of hydroponics, and you’ll avoid costly errors.
Stakeholders react after EPA is given 60 days to revoke all food tolerances and cancel registrations for the widely used insecticide.
Learn why this one-of-a-kind agriculture industry event will be a must-see.
With increased costs, razor-thin margins, and increased competition, nobody can afford to do things the way they’ve always been done for the sake of tradition or just plain being obstinate.
Emergency actions continue by district water management officials to lower critical levels across the region.
The South African agribusiness Zaad Holdings Limited will give Sakata first right of refusual on new onion varieties.
If growers want better prices for their produce, they must work together to demand them.
Biocontrol chemistries can be as effective as their synthetic counterparts if you know how to use them.
Arysta LifeScience announces label expansion for fungicide to control nasty fungi such as Septoria spot in citrus, and Sclerotinia in lettuce.
As labor and shipping costs go up, Australian fruit and vegetable growers band together to demand better prices from major grocery store chains.
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New 85,000-square-foot Biorational Research Center includes 20,000 square feet of greenhouse space.
Light treatment studies expose potential for significant growth and yield increase of the alternative crop.
We may live in the most prosperous and peaceful time in history, but it sure doesn’t feel that way in this 24/7 digitally connected world.
Two young women in the fruit and vegetable industry talk gender stereotypes, attracting female talent, and where agriculture is getting it right.
Dennis Wedgworth receives accolades during Florida Fertilizer & Agrichemical Association’s 86th annual meeting.