Here’s how to deal with gray mold in lettuce

By the Yuma Center of Excellence of Desert Agriculture at the University of Arizona Gray mold of lettuce occurs most everywhere that lettuce is grown, but its prevalence varies depending on the par... more »

Asparagus Day a discussion forum

International expertise, regional research and industry insights were presented to Michigan asparagus growers on March 11 at Oceana Asparagus Day. Twelve months ago, COVID-19 was just beginning and... more »

Ag unlocked unknown worlds for sweet potato specialist Tara Smith

Tara Smith describes her career in agriculture as serendipitous. Director of the Central Region, Smith has been an integral part of the LSU AgCenter since she was hired as the state sweet potato sp... more »

Reports: Pallet shortage will continue, maybe into June

Pallet supplier CHEP is among the companies that have reached out to its customers regarding shortages of product along the supply chain. Growers and industry leaders have confirmed a major pallet ... more »

Prospiant new name for Gibraltar growing and processing companies

On May 4, Gibraltar Industries announced that Nexus Greenhouse Systems, Rough Brothers Inc. (RBI), Tetra, Apeks Supercritical, Delta Separations and ThermoEnergy Solutions, all part of its greenhouse ... more »

Be sure to consider plastic mulch to increase profits in vegetable crops

Plastic mulch is a saving grace for many growers as they have look for ways to increase their yields. There are many advantages to using plastic mulch on your farm, and if you’re thinking about addi... more »

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Asparagus Day a discussion forum

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