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Bejo Seeds plans virtual open house on Sept. 1

Bejo Seeds Inc.'s annual Geneva, New York, Open House will go virtual. The date of the online event is scheduled for Sept. 1, 2020. According to a news release, Bejo is a breeding, production and... more »

Summer tour by Ohio Produce Growers and Marketers canceled

The 2020 Ohio Produce Marketers Association's (OPGMA) Summer Tour at The Pickwick Place scheduled for June 23, 2020, has been canceled due to COVID-19. If you registered for the event already, you will receive a full refund.... more »

Viva Fresh holds ‘Bloom Where You are Planted’ event

While the industry may not have gotten the opportunity to go to Viva Fresh this year, Mission, Texas-based Viva Fresh is bringing various events to the industry – one of them In Bloom’s “Bloom Where... more »

California strawberry growers enhance safety practices for COVID-19

Over the past nine weeks, the California Strawberry Commission’s (CSC) bilingual outreach and training team has been in the fields providing guidance and training to ensure the safety of our vital workforce in the midst of... more »

UMass Amherst, NC State study impacts associated with floral strips

A new study reported May 14 by evolutionary ecologist Lynn Adler at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and Rebecca Irwin of North Carolina State University, with others, suggests that flower strips – rows of pollinator-friendly... more »

Food supply in danger if we don’t use immigrant workers legally, grower says

On May 13, Fox Business published the following commentary by Fred Leitz, a farmer and a past president of the National Council of Agricultural Employers who lives in Sodus, Michigan. "The novel coronavirus has given... more »

Southern bacterial wilt now a problem in Louisiana vegetables

Louisiana vegetable growers are beginning to see problems from southern bacterial wilt, one of the most serious diseases of vegetable crops including tomatoes, eggplant and bell peppers. The disease is caused by the soil-borne bacterium Ralstonia solanacearum, said Raj... more »

Is indoor farming a solution? UF/IFAS scientists explain

At one time, the concept of vegetables growing inside a temperature-controlled facility where LED lights and advanced technology set the pace for year-round harvesting, promoted photosynthesis and water use efficiency, and required no pesticides, was... more »

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