Changing production practices can affect food safety risk
10/25/2013 8:50:51 AMA few small changes in produce production practices can either boost or reduce the risk of Salmonella... Read more.
Shipping tomatoes in corrugated cheaper, study suggests
10/23/2013 4:31:00 PMShipping tomatoes in corrugated boxes can be significantly cheaper than shipping them in reusable plastic... Read more.
Monsanto's Seminis introduces three seedless watermelons
10/21/2013 7:24:32 PMMonsanto's Seminis vegetable seed division has introduced three seedless watermelon varieties that have classic watermelon... Read more.
UF releases irrigation apps for smartphones
10/21/2013 6:12:17 PMThe University of Florida has released three free smartphone apps to help manage irrigation for citrus,... Read more.
Industry works to divert waste from landfills
10/18/2013 5:46:53 PMNEW ORLEANS – About 40% of all fruits and vegetables grown in the U.S. are thrown away, straining... Read more.
Ohio State University scientists clone tomato fruit size gene
10/17/2013 7:58:25 PMOhio State University researchers have led an international team that identified and cloned a gene... Read more.
Orleans sweet potato builds following among Louisiana growers
10/16/2013 3:40:53 PMDevelopment of the orleans variety may hasten the departure of the beauregard as the major alternative... Read more.
- Plan helps unify battle against citrus greening
- Florida scientist helps map DNA of new citrus greening strain
- Packing on hold to assess California citrus damage
- Fuel price spike effect on produce prices studied
- Trimble acquires soil data firm C3
- Nut producer reelected as head of California Farm Bureau
- Genetically engineered tomato helps fight bad cholesterol
- Most California produce tested had no detectable pesticide
- Bayer tests new seed treatments to protect honeybees
- University of Georgia releases giant of a blueberry variety
- Florida battles Mexican strawberries
- Washington university remains neutral on GMO labeling measure