Greening not likely to affect Texas citrus volumes, quality
08/25/2014 5:14:35 PMCitrus greening is spreading in Texas, but it shouldn’t affect the 2014 orange and grapefruit... Read more.
Greening establishes 'stronghold' in Texas groves
08/25/2014 12:25:30 AMCitrus greening has spread in three Texas counties where oranges and red grapefruit are grown, establishing... Read more.
Sweet potato varieties increase options
08/21/2014 1:15:17 PMThe majority of sweet potatoes grown in North Carolina are of the covington variety, said George Wooten... Read more.
Carolina group offers videos to supplement GAP manual
08/21/2014 1:14:46 PMA new series of videos from the Carolina Farm Stewardship Association seeks to help growers navigate... Watch Video.
Pictorial test helps gauge children's responses to produce items
08/21/2014 10:49:34 AMEven if a produce item is nutritious, it does no good if preschoolers turn up their noses at it. To... Read more.
Scientist tries peanut digger to fight nutsedge in organic fields
08/18/2014 5:34:29 PMA machine used to harvest peanuts may help organic growers manage nutsedge, a prolific weed that can... Read more.
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