Survey finds continued growth in spud’s popularity
02/27/2014 4:27:33 PMPotatoes have a large following and it continues to grow, according to a recent survey conducted on... Read more.
Stink bug saliva sheds light on how it damages plants
02/27/2014 3:19:00 PMSpit happens. But until recently researchers didn't know much about the saliva from brown marmorated... Read more.
Northeast's 'polar vortex' may not reduce stink bug numbers
02/27/2014 9:57:12 AMIf there was one thing good to come out of the nonstop bitter cold storms that hit the Northeast this... Read more.
Farm bill provision boosts bulk apple exports
02/26/2014 11:01:12 AMSaving growers as much as $300 a truckload, a 2014 farm bill provision allows bulk fresh apple shipments... Read more.
USDA provides $3 million toward bee-related EQIP programs
02/25/2014 9:54:54 AMThe U.S. Department of Agriculture will provide up to $3 million in cost-share funding to farmers... Read more.
Federal indictment says ND potato growers ‘spoiled’ their crop
02/24/2014 11:11:59 AMTwo potato-growing brothers in North Dakota are facing federal conspiracy charges for allegedly using Rid-X... Read more.
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