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South Texas Onion Committee seeks new members

The South Texas Onion Committee (STOC) is looking for industry members to participate in its decision making. The producer and handler nominees seats are for Districts 1, the Coastal Bend and Rio Grande Valley region,... more »

Viva Fresh registration opening

Registration for the 2023 Viva Fresh Expo is scheduled to open on Jan. 25. Sponsored by the Texas International Produce Association (TIPA), the event is being billed as “Bigger, Bolder, Fresher and Better than ever,”... more »

Ocean Mist updates winter artichokes harvest

Ocean Mist Farms is expecting an outstanding 2023 winter artichoke season with abundant volume and excellent quality throughout February and early March. In time to meet shopper demand around healthy eating choices, as well as... more »

Meristem names new Midwest account manager

Caleb Miller, an experienced ag account professional and seed rep, has joined Meristem Crop Performance Group LLC. As an account manager for the crop input company, Miller will work... more »

Registration open for 2023 Georgia Ag Forecast

Registration is now open for the 2023 Georgia Ag Forecast. The annual seminar, scheduled for Jan. 27 at the University of Georgia (UGA) Tifton Conference Center on the UGA Tifton, Georgia, campus. A live virtual... more »

Sweet onion grower G&R upgrades equipment

Vidalia Onion grower and shipper G&R Farms has upgraded its packing line. The new high-tech grading and packing line at the Glennville, Georgia, operation is designed to provide increased speed and accuracy in packing, according... more »

Funding available for Colorado farms seeking 2023 growing season interns

Ag businesses in the Rocky Mountain State seeking interns for the 2023 growing season can receive state funding. The Colorado Department of Agriculture’s (CDA) Agricultural Workforce Development Program (AWDP) is accepting applications from businesses looking... more »

Kansas school system to build vertical gardens

Public schools in Washington, Kansas, are participating in a project constructing vertical gardens. A $150,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institutes of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) is funding a pilot education program... more »

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