Judson Reid is a go-to guy when it comes to commercial vegetable production in high tunnels.
Reid, Cornell Cooperative Extension vegetable specialist, made several presentations at the recent Great... more
When Bill Brim, of Lewis Taylor Farms, first started in the industry, he would walk the fields, take notes in a binder and deal with people on the phone. Today, he’s dealing with drones, 3D printers and computerized drip irrigation.
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A traditional Midwestern farm that raised 350 acres of field crops and milked 50 cows a day has successfully converted to a small vegetable growing an... more »
Tomatoes are the Type B’s of the vegetable world: Laid-back, creative, collaborative.
Want a slice on a burger? Fine. Chopped into a salad? Great... more »
Scientists have identified four new pathogens previously not found in Australian chillies, raising the stakes for the country's quarantine and disease... more »
New Hampshire farmers looking to grow colored bell peppers in high tunnels received some good news from researchers at the New Hampshire Agricultural ... more »
University of New Hampshire researchers have received a three-year grant for nearly $250,000 that will substantially expand research that aims to impr... more »
AgroFresh Solutions has introduced its new LandSpring product, a 1-Methylcyclopropene technology for use on transplanted vegetable seedlings. LandSpri... more »
May was a very cool, cloudy and wet month, which is having all kinds of repercussions now and into the summer for field crops. Gordon Johnson and Kate... more »
Heliae Development has registered its new PhycoTerra soil amendment for use on specialty crops grown in the United States. Current registration infor... more »
Rob Knorr picks 25 million pounds of peppers annually – jalapenos, both hot and mild – at his desert farm in Maricopa, Arizona.
Although it’s... more »
LSU AgCenter plant pathologist Raj Singh has never seen so many different diseases of tomatoes in one season.
Singh, known as the LSU AgCenter plan... more »