$800 million in USDA block grants to help producers most affected by two of last year’s monster storms.
Small-town-based Zilke Farm Kitchen pumps much-needed money into its community. Here’s how you can do the same thing.
Find out how seed companies are doing their best to stay ahead of production trends.
Roger Rupp saw the potential plant breeding and research had in helping growers succeed.
Here’s a preview of the 2020 VISION Conference, North America’s premier strategic event for precision agriculture.
A bipartisan bill has been introduced on Capitol Hill to help reform ongoing ag labor problems. See what industry association leaders are saying about it.
Produce farmers have little spare time to research new solutions to the challenges they face. For us trade editors, it’s our day job.
USDA reports that from 2012 to 2017 total agricultural product sales stayed flat overall. Yet over that same time frame, U.S. total organic product sales more than doubled.
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USDA has drafted the Interim Final Rule for the alternative crop out ahead of what will be a 60-day comment period. Get your peek at a courtesy copy.
With new Food Safety Modernization Act requirements on the horizon, it’s important to review traceability procedures and upgrade if necessary.
While the fruit and vegetable industry has created ingenious ways to keep fields as clean as possible, we’ve learned fences are not always animal proof.
The Colorado farmer chats with American Vegetable Grower Editor Carol Miller about a few out-of-the-box ideas on affordable housing for seasonal workers.
Check out this array of squash selections, from patty pan to unusual winter crosses.
The tomato brown rugose fruit virus has found its way from Mexico into the Sunshine State. Here’s what to watch for.
Learn who will succeed current association President and CEO Tom Nassif, who is retiring after 18 years at the helm.
Florida Tomato Exchange requests action while new suspension agreement continues.