USDA citrus disease subcommittee meets on research agenda
12/09/2014 10:39:35 AMSetting 2015 research priorities to combat citrus greening disease, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s citrus... Read more.
Spread of crazy ants along Gulf raises concern
12/08/2014 4:34:20 PMThe tawny crazy ant has been in Houston for about a decade, and so far it's caused problems mainly... Read more.
CDFA to hold nitrogen management training
12/08/2014 12:09:16 PMThe California Department of Food and Agriculture will hold nutrient management certification in three locations... Read more.
Panel spotlights how innovation plays into successful operations
12/08/2014 10:48:56 AMYou’ve heard the saying, “Necessity is the mother of invention.” Nowhere is that more true than... Read more.
New brightly colored spuds also pack a nutritional punch
12/05/2014 2:39:52 PMAgricultural Research Service breeders have developed released new colorful potato varieties that are higher in... Read more.
The future of pomegranates and olives in the Southeast
12/05/2014 12:53:11 PMRead the related article, Pomegranates, olives grow commercially but need research support For commercial olives and... Read more.
Pomegranates, olives grow commercially, but need research support
12/05/2014 12:48:38 PMRead the related article, The future of pomegranates and olives in the Southeast The newest fruit... Read more.
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