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BioSafe Systems adds Alabama, Florida rep

Agricultural biologicals supplier BioSafe Systems LLC added Grant Kees to its Horticulture Division. Kees, who possesses a background in greenhouse production management, sales and irrigation system development, will represent the East Hartford, Connecticut-based BioSafe to... more »

Georgia fruit pathologist inducted into IPM Hall of Fame

The Southern Integrated Pest Management Center (Southern IPM Center) has inducted University of Georgia Cooperative Extension fruit pathologist Phil Brannen into the Integrated Pest Management Hall of Fame for his significant contributions to commercial fruit... more »

California melon crop ready for summer

As the Independence Day holiday approached, watermelon farmers were anticipating booming business. "We're encouraged because we like the way the crop looks, and it probably is going to be a steady crop," said Joe Colace,... more »

Colorado Foundation for Agriculture names 2021-2022 sponsors

The Colorado Foundation for Agriculture (CFA) announces its sponsors for the 2021-2022 fiscal year, spanning almost 200 individuals, businesses, and organizations. So far this year, sponsors have committed more than $220,000 for the Foundation’s Colorado... more »

N.Y. Strawberry Crop flourishing this season

New York State strawberries are flourishing this year, thanks to a cool, rainy early spring that produced prime conditions for budding plants. Farmers in the state are reporting bumper crops of the berries, some measuring... more »

Operation Grow helps veterans develop strong farming practices

Military veterans are honored and revered across America for their sacrifices. Their endeavors to serve and keep the United States safe make Americans proud to honor them. In an effort to give back to individuals... more »

Florida Agricultural Hall of Fame accepting nominations for 2023

The Florida Agricultural Hall of Fame, which honors producers, commodity leaders, educators, scientists and others who have made significant contributions to the production of food in the Sunshine State, is accepting nominations for its class... more »

Florida issues quarantine for Oriental fruit fly

Florida agriculture officials have established a quarantine zone in the St. Petersburg area after several Oriental fruit flies were found in Pinellas County in recent months. The quarantine covers residential and commercial (nurseries) areas, according... more »

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August 2022 issue of Vegetable Growers News

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