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History leaves trail of progress in controlled ag environments

For centuries a wide variety of techniques has been used to extend the growing season of horticultural crops. Glass jars, glass cloches, hotcaps, cold frames, hotbeds and greenhouses of va... more

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Growers are using the H-2A worker program to meet labor needs in the field.

Filling the labor gap: more Michigan growers hiring H-2A workers

Michigan growers are taking the plunge into H-2A, and don’t appear to be turning back. It started with a pilot project in 2014, when four apple orchards hired 90 pickers. By 2015, Michigan Farm Bureau, which organized the pilot, had cr... more
USDA awards $30.1 million for plant, food safety research USDA awards $30.1 million for plant, food safety research

NIFA director: agricultural research needs to be a priority NIFA director: agricultural research needs to be a priority

Syngenta Board endorses ChemChina’s $43 billion offer

Syngenta Board endorses ChemChina’s $43 billion offer

The Syngenta Board of Directors announced it finds ChemChina‘s $43 bill... more

Koch Biological Solutions to collaborate with Pathway BioLogic

Koch Biological Solutions to collaborate with Pathway BioLogic

An affiliate of Koch Biological Solutions, LLC has acquired a minority equi... more

Cornell vegetable specialist wins “Excellence in IPM” award

Cornell vegetable specialist wins “Excellence in IPM” award

Sandra Menasha, vegetable specialist with Cornell Cooperative Extension (CC... more

FDA announces available funding for education under FSMA

Marketing to be strategic priority for PMA

Study: Growing produce in high tunnels reduces losses, extends shelf life

Naturally cloned crops improve small farm harvest

Northeast Small Fruit IPM Working Group publishes strawberry PMSP

United Fresh Produce Industry Leadership Program now accepting applications

Vegetable Grafting – Part 3 — VGNtv

VIDEO: Vegetable Grafting – Part 3 — VGNtv

Richard Hassell, associate professor at Clemson University in Charleston, South Carolina, is a member of the SCRI project team. He presented an ove

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