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.
Cold-hardy grapes yield a big financial impact
02/21/2014 9:52:15 AMCold-hardy grapes developed by both the University of Minnesota and private breeding programs contributed $401... Read more.
Group surveys fruit growers to assess spotted wing fly's costs
02/18/2014 11:49:06 AMA working group of growers, researchers, Extensionists, marketers and others need your help to update... Read more.
Potatoes thrive under higher carbon dioxide levels
02/06/2014 10:10:06 AMAlthough some plants may suffer under global climate change and increased carbon dioxide levels, potatoes... Read more.
Study: CA-stored apple monitoring doesn't work for Anjou pears
01/30/2014 7:49:39 AMWhat works to maintain apple quality in controlled-atmosphere storage may not necessarily work for Anjou... Read more.
Study finds four common pesticides toxic to honeybee young
01/27/2014 1:19:58 PMFour common pesticides used on crops and livestock also kill honeybee larvae within the hive, according... Read more.
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