Short pistachio crop could mean record prices
10/14/2013 4:52:29 PMThe 2013-14 U.S. pistachio crop could be 90 million pounds lighter than first estimated, and prices... Read more.
Sensor chip may provide economic irrigation management
10/14/2013 7:00:00 AMA water sensor that's small enough to fit on a fingertip may provide growers with an economic way... Read more.
Monsanto pledges $4 million toward honeybee health efforts
10/11/2013 11:41:04 AMSt. Louis-based Monsanto plans to commit $4 million during the next three years to help address the... Read more.
HLB, psyllid risk-based survey tool topic of Web seminar
10/10/2013 2:00:57 PMA group of researchers has developed a survey that can help predict where citrus greening and its... Read more.
Study: Heavy metal selenium may harm honey bee health
10/04/2013 12:29:08 PMAdd selenium to the growing list of compounds that may affect honey bee health. A group of University... Read more.
Technologies, like Google Glass, may find a home in agriculture
10/04/2013 6:20:00 AMWearable computer technologies, such as Google Glass, could very well find a home in agriculture. That's... Read more.
Psyllid trap catches continue in California citrus
10/03/2013 11:32:22 AMTraps within California’s Central Valley citrus-production area have picked up three more Asian citrus psyllids... Read more.
- Citrus growers endure another cold night, prepare for more
- Avocado pest, disease continue to spread in Southern California
- Potato marketers promote nutrition
- California OKs herbicide for use on permanent crops
- Arizona project explores hydroponic strawberry production
- Survey finds food safety ranks as a top concern among Floridians
- Genetically engineered tomato helps fight bad cholesterol
- Most California produce tested had no detectable pesticide
- Bayer tests new seed treatments to protect honeybees
- Florida battles Mexican strawberries
- Del Monte testing genetically modified pineapple
- Glyphosate-resistant weeds also may be disease resistant