Survey: Farmers aren't sure about validity of climate change
05/09/2014 10:26:18 AMAsk a grower about climate change, and many aren't so sure a problem exists. A recent survey of growers... Read more.
Arkansas tomato growers contend with cool, wet spring
05/07/2014 10:42:25 AMCool and wet conditions could affect the size and volumes of Arkansas tomatoes, which should begin... Read more.
Researchers hope shorter trees cut labor needs
05/05/2014 5:45:29 PMIn what may be a common-sense approach to address labor availability, University of California, Davis,... Read more.
Strong strawberry crop buoys South Carolina fruit growers
05/02/2014 5:40:00 AMAlthough an April cold snap may have cut into the South Carolina peach crop, strawberries appear to... Read more.
USDA announces block grant allocations
04/28/2014 5:45:26 PMCalifornia will again receive the biggest share of funds from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s... Read more.
Researchers ask: How damaging is spotted wing fly to organics?
04/25/2014 2:01:00 PMResearchers who are part of a multi-state effort to fight the spotted wing drosophila need help from... Read more.
Florida shipping peaches, Georgia to see later season start
04/25/2014 10:16:35 AMDUNDEE, Fla. — Florida’s peach harvest could run into late May, which might help with... Watch Video.
- Potato industry prepares for GMO offering
- Environmentally friendly biofumigants fight soil pests but pose rotation challenges
- U.S. Potato Board focuses on growth
- Monsanto introduces tomato hybrid for the Southeast
- Scientists study habits of a disease-carrying beetle of walnuts
- Pomegranates appear to be easy-to-grow citrus alternative