Research looks at dung beetles as a natural clean-up crew
10/01/2014 12:50:50 PMDung beetles, sometimes called nature's pooper scoopers, could help suppress harmful foodborne pathogens in the... Read more.
Northwest pear quality, sizing excellent
10/01/2014 6:16:12 PMPear quality and sizing were outstanding in the early weeks of the Northwest deal, grower-shippers... Read more.
Rain complicates pumpkin deal
09/24/2014 12:54:32 PMRains have cut into volumes in some pumpkin-growing areas and delayed harvests in others. Capac, Mich.-based... Read more.
Common virus, pathogen conspire to damage potatoes
09/22/2014 4:41:37 PMA common potato virus and a fungus-like pathogen can team up to cause even more damage in potatoes. Washington... Read more.
Changing demographics, drought top the concerns of wineries
09/22/2014 3:45:03 PM%The California wine industry will continue to hold its own in the global marketplace despite shifts... Read more.
Revisions to proposed produce rule ease water requirements
09/22/2014 3:04:53 PMFor details on the other four revised rule proposals, please see "UPDATED: FDA releases revised produce... Read more.
Web seminar focuses on potato fungicide resistance management
09/19/2014 4:06:42 PMAlthough herbicide-resistant weeds have captured headlines in many trade publications the past few years, another... Read more.
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- Rutgers develops nutrient-packed lettuce
- Drought remains top issue for California PCAs in 2015
- Bejo introduces next branded veggie: Lettage cabbage
- USDA awards $4 million for Midwestern honeybee habitat