Bayer to launch organic vegetable seeds portfolio

Bayer announced Sept. 22 that it will expand its vegetable seeds offerings under the new Vegetables by Bayer umbrella to include organically produced seed. The launch of Vegetables by Bayer  wi... more »

New perspectives to Indiana organic farming brought by Purdue specialist

U.S. organic food and non-food product sales reached a record high of $61.9 billion in 2020. How do Indiana farmers meet the needs of consumers and can organic practices be useful for farmers lookin... more »

Workshop on soil health practices and strategies set for organic summit

An in-depth workshop on soil health practices and strategies employed in organic production systems that can build resilience to climate shock has been announced as part of the 2021 Organic Grower Su... more »

CFVGA says SB87 threatens Colorado produce growers

As Coloradans enjoy roasted Pueblo chiles, Palisade peaches the sweetest of sweet corn, Rocky Ford melons and other unbranded yet delicious and fresh Colorado produce, they need to know that the bount... more »

Texts on benefits of California-grown produce welcomed by CalFresh users

The buzz or chirp of an incoming text message started some San Diego County, California, residents on the path to a healthier diet during this past year. In September 2020, most CalFresh participa... more »

$250,000 in AgSharks pitch competition set as applications open

Western Growers and S2G Ventures are now accepting applications for the 2021 AgSharks Competition, an event where start-up companies pitch their innovations in front of a live audience of the world’... more »

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