EXPO panels to examine food safety, inspections

A panel at the Great Lakes Fruit, Vegetable & Farm Market EXPO will discuss what FSMA means for farmers and how farmers can take advantage of free consultations and inspections to improve their operations’ food safety.

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Spearing Success: Greiner packs 4 million pounds of asparagus

Todd Greiner runs Michigan’s largest asparagus packing operation – a facility that supports more than a dozen other growers in the region.

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Global role given to Bob Campbell by Valley Irrigation

Dole Food updates logo and brand identity

Strawberry symposium unites growers, scientists

Wholesaler-distributor produce operation training checklists set

Organic Valley pursues next phase of community solar partnership

Vic Smith, president and CEO of JV Smith Companies, to be honored

Survey: Removal of barriers to women’s equality in ag to take time

Market data is more than a four-letter word

Every retail outlet we patronize collects information about us whether we know it or not.

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Techniques, varieties fuel success with hydroponic strawberries

“Strawberry plants are easy to grow, but getting quality fruit to sell is the tough part,” said Mark Kroggel of Ohio State University.

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Sweetness, texture keys for Georgia watermelons

Usually, Georgia watermelon growers aspire to produce high yields of a sweet crop, but they shouldn’t ignore firmness and texture, according to Tim Coolong, University of Georgia Cooperative Extension vegetable horticulturist.

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USDA offers grants for underserved veteran farmers USDA offers grants for underserved veteran farmers

Fruit and Vegetable Industry Advisory Committee members set Fruit and Vegetable Industry Advisory Committee members set

Options following Hurricane Michael shared in Georgia

Options following Hurricane Michael shared in Georgia

Charles Hall, executive director of the Georgia Fruit and Vegetable Grower... more

Specialty Crop Block Grant recipients identified in Michigan

Specialty Crop Block Grant recipients identified in Michigan

The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development announced Oct.... more

More educational session speakers for Organic Grower Summit

More educational session speakers for Organic Grower Summit

The second of six educational sessions finalized for the 2018 Organic Growe... more

United Fresh to honor Four Seasons Produce CEO

United Fresh Produce Association will present its Lifetime Achievement Awar... more

Hurricane crop considerations shared in Georgia

Hurricanes, tropical storms and severe rainfall events are commonly see... more

Flavorful Brands, Lipman Family Farms partner to sell tomatoes

UC Davis to research lettuce genetic resistance to downy mildew

California lettuce growers change safety practices

Improved website to make Census of Ag data more accessible

Hurricane Michael’s approach places USDA at the forefront

Duncan Family Farms promotes Pete Guerrero to COO

Executive Development Program by United Fresh opens registration

Mark Ripato to head Agribusiness division for Wilbur-Ellis

Continuing education credits part of California webinar series

Why soil test in the fall compared to spring?


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