Hydroponics, aquaponics, aeroponics OK for organic with latest USDA clarification

Hydroponics, aquaponics and aeroponics growers can earn organic certification, according to a recent clarification from the USDA. The United States Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Marketin... more

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Greg Bird named executive director of Michigan Vegetable Council

Michigan Vegetable Council recently named Mason’s Greg Bird as its executive director. Bird graduated with a bachelor's degree from Michigan State University. He previously worked as a project manager for the state of Michigan and the manufactur... more

AquaYield co-founder named to Utah Business Magazine 40 Under 40

Indiana farm is Red Gold’s Tomato Grower of the Year

Scott Farms named 2018 North Carolina Exporter of the Year

WPVGA presents awards to industry leaders

Pegasus shows hydroponics techniques, expansion plans

Ag secretary talks of options for labor reform

Growers may feel discouraged about ag labor policy, but the country’s top agriculture official is upbeat about the future. During a Feb. 1 visit ... more

Container farming: grower brings crops to community

The farm of Brian Harris measures just 350 square feet, and its crops are hidden from the sun. Ha... more
BrightFarms launches new crunchy iceberg baby leaf BrightFarms launches new crunchy iceberg baby leaf

Super Starr honeydew melons season starts

Talley Farms names Derek Sass new sales manager

Talley Farms names Derek Sass new sales manager

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Farm tours, workshop tout year-round vegetables in New York state

Farm tours, workshop tout year-round vegetables in New York state

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Final rule set to standardize phytosanitary treatment regs

Final rule set to standardize phytosanitary treatment regs

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection S... more

Sales closing dates near for most crops for insurance purposes

Cornell program trains new farm owners for business success

Affinor Growers appoints new CEO

Budget passage gets good response from Farm Bureau

Valmont buys stake in Torrent Engineering & Equipment

TOMRA working groups to discuss food industry digital standards

VIDEO: Weed Control Field Day Highlights European Tools

Sam Hitchcock Tilton, a graduate research assistant at Michigan State University, gives insight to the European weed control tools and techniques pres

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