Weather conditions and poor performing crops are dragging down overall U.S. vegetable shipments this year, according to our analysis of a recent USDA report.
It’s tough to grow organic leafy greens in Upstate New York. Here’s a visual tour of the Arizona grower’s Northeast location.
Compare these varieties to see which one is right for your vegetable operation.
Arizona vegetable ranches run for miles on flat land with huge, tidy, square fields. New York fields, on the other hand, tend to have long stretches of lettuce-hostile boggy conditions. Here’s why I think Arnott Duncan is growing there anyway.
This Arizona-based organic farm shares which sustainable growing methods translate best to their new Upstate New York ranch.
The numbers look just as we all thought they might. Growers harvested 15% fewer acres of romaine in 2018 — a big drop in one year.
Top Flavor Farms has a great reputation in the industry for quality, innovation, and advocacy. What does it take to reach that level of success?
After a series of romaine-linked outbreaks, Top Flavor’s Mike Clements is confident the industry is coming back.
Compare these lettuces to see which varieties you’ll want to grow.
USDA’s long-awaited 2017 Census of Agriculture has finally arrived. Find out which vegetable crops are growing — and shrinking — the most.
From harvesting to fertilization, growers continue to improve yield with new technology.
ReLoad, a unique crop protection formula from Belchim USA for control of downy mildew plus other diseases, receives EPA registration.
PlantTape solution could reduce required workers by 80%.
In the years leading up to 2018, leafy greens and romaine saw a surge in sales. In the weeks following the Yuma outbreak, sales dropped in double digits.
Sym-Agro says AVIV is the industry’s first clear, non-staining Bacillus product on the market.
This past year, romaine-related outbreaks hit the leafy green industry hard. Here are the steps it’s taking to ensure a healthy future.
After calling for those in the U.S. food chain to destroy all romaine lettuce last week, FDA and […]