New disease hits Georgia's Vidalia onion crop
07/18/2014 7:01:49 AMA new disease is hitting Georgia's Vidalia onion crop, leaving a bitter taste in growers' mouths. Yellow... Read more.
Georgia watermelon growers enjoy good season
07/17/2014 10:32:06 AMGood yields, low disease pressure and reasonable prices marketed this year's Georgia watermelon season. It's also... Read more.
Louisiana citrus growers battle two diseases
07/10/2014 10:05:57 AMCitrus growers in Louisiana are facing two nemeses: citrus greening and citrus canker. Citrus canker was... Read more.
Sager Creek Vegetable Co. name reflects new ownership
07/08/2014 1:33:08 PMSiloam Springs, Ark.-based vegetable processor Allens Inc. has changed its name to Sager Creek Vegetable... Read more.
Using calcium chloride makes pickling brine more earth friendly
07/07/2014 8:04:08 PMU.S. Department of Agriculture researchers have found a way to replace much of the salt in pickling... Read more.
Avoid using glufosinate herbicide on pome, stone fruit trees
06/30/2014 11:37:50 AMAs Rely 280 from Bayer CropScience comes off patent, several other glufosinate products are entering... Read more.
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