Southeast watermelon deals tight, running late
06/02/2014 12:23:08 PMTRENTON, Fla. — Demand and prices remain higher than normal as a tardy southeastern watermelon... Watch Video.
Beneficial wasps drawn to greening-infected trees, psyllids
06/02/2014 8:23:48 AMGreening-infected citrus trees emit an odor that not only attracts Asian citrus psyllid, which spreads... Read more.
More tomato growers join case against FDA
06/06/2014 2:55:35 PMAdditional tomato growers have joined a lawsuit against the federal government seeking reimbursement for money... Read more.
SeedWay introduces Butterkin squash
05/28/2014 5:20:53 PMSeedWay LLC plans to release a new squash variety touted for its sweetness and buttery taste. The... Read more.
Project seeks to improve farmers market food safety
05/28/2014 12:23:49 PMResearchers hope to enlist smartphones, tablets and the Web to help farmers market vendors and managers... Read more.
Study finds consumers confused about local, organic foods
05/28/2014 9:55:34 AMWhen it comes to the differences between local and organic foods, near one-fifth of consumers involved... Read more.
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