USDA scientists in California recently developed 16 new lettuce breeding lines. These lines, now available to plant breeders, […]
The California Leafy Greens Marketing Agreement launches a series of six in-depth blog posts highlighting food safety.
The California Leafy Greens Marketing Agreement (LGMA) welcomed several newly elected members and appointed new officers during a […]
Growers should be on the lookout for a series of nutritional disorders in plants caused by unusual weather in the West.
Find out how to identify this pest that is plaguing growers in the West, and how you can control it.
Check out three, can’t-miss cabbage cultivars.
Browse the gallery below for details on 13 leafy greens varieties from leading seed breeders and distributors.
The pest is expected to be a problem through December.
The California Leafy Greens Marketing Agreement’s revised website provides food safety news and resources.
In California, Salinas and Gonzales were hit hard by the foxglove aphid, leaving some lettuce fields unmarketable.
The California grower now offers George T’s Colossal Romaine Heart, in honor of the company’s founder, George Tanimura.
Called Kalettes, the product was developed by Tozer Seeds in England and will debut in the U.S. in the fall.
Learn how to ID, the survival and spread, as well as management methods for this vegetable pest.
Results from DNA fingerprinting identify new strains of black rot in New York annually, and the new strains are the predominant ones each year.
An unusual soil pest and drought conditions present unique challenges for California growers.
A Purdue University study shows that treating food products with bacteriophages, which are viruses that kill bacteria, may significantly lower concentrations of E. coli.
California field studies on E. coli and Salmonella will lead to better food safety policies.