Researchers ask: How damaging is spotted wing fly to organics?
04/25/2014 2:00:59 PMResearchers who are part of a multi-state effort to fight the spotted wing drosophila need help from... Read more.
UPDATED: Watermelon bin bids for nationwide adoption
04/22/2014 12:58:47 PM(UPDATED COVERAGE April 24) The National Watermelon Association is urging retailers, shippers and paper companies... Read more.
Sakata Seed, Alf Christianson Seed merge
04/17/2014 12:27:58 PMThe Alf Christianson Seed Co. and Sakata Seed America Inc. will merge, effective immediately, and... Read more.
Agreement keeps use of new seed varieties unrestricted
04/17/2014 10:51:56 AMMuch like open-source software, which is free to whoever wants to use it, a new open-source seed initiative... Read more.
UPDATED: Fruit, vegetable prices on the rise with drought
04/16/2014 12:17:16 PM(UPDATED April 21) Forecasting the effect of the California drought on fresh produce prices may be... Watch Video.
Nominate a young leader for Vance's 40 Under 40 award
04/16/2014 12:00:27 PMOnce again, Vance Publishing Corporation, parent of Citrus + Vegetable Magazine and the TheGrower.com, wants... Read more.
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