Crop Management

Planned, flexible system key to weed control

Torsion weeders, finger weeders, basket weeders and many more designs were demonstrated at the Midwest Mechanical Weed Control Field Day Sept. 26 at Michigan State University (MSU) in East Lansing. Bu... more

Hurricanes leave growers reeling

Specialty crop growers in Florida, Texas and the Gulf Coast are scrambling in the wake of hurricanes Harvey and Irma. Irma dissipated Sept. 15 off the coast of ... more

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Reed, Jones join sales manager force at Kemin

Des Moines, Iowa-based Kemin Crop Technologies, an initiative of Kemin Industries focused on providing solutions for commercial greenhouses and commer... more »

Stake in UK-based It’s Fresh! purchased by AgroFresh Solutions

AgroFresh Solutions, a company specializing in produce freshness solutions has invested $10 million for a 15 percent ownership stake in and entered ... more »

Weed Control Field Day Highlights European Tools

Sam Hitchcock Tilton, a graduate research assistant at Michigan State University, gives insight to the European weed control tools and techniques pres... watch »

UF web tool helps South Carolina, Florida strawberry growers

Strawberry growers in Florida and South Carolina are reaping the benefits of a UF/IFAS web-based system designed to ward off two deadly pathogens, a n... more »

Sales of organic agricultural products continue to increase

According to the Organic Trade Association, approximately 82 percent of U.S. households purchase organic food. In fact, the increase in sales from 2... more »

Planned, flexible system key to weed control

Torsion weeders, finger weeders, basket weeders and many more designs were demonstrated at the Midwest Mechanical Weed Control Field Day Sept. 26 at M... more »

Study eyes PlantTape technology in planting onions

As Georgia Vidalia onion producers plant next year’s crop, they are transplanting the onions, or physically placing the plants into a hole dug in th... more »

Propagation textbook includes contribution by UF professor

Growers, students and professors use this textbook across the world, and now a University of Florida environmental horticulture professor has helped w... more »

Rootella mycorrhizal inoculants listed for organic farming

Groundwork BioAg is pleased to announce that its Rootella series of mycorrhizal inoculants has been allowed for use as inputs in organic agriculture,... more »

First commercial tomato variety released by Penn State

The first commercially released variety resulting from Majid Foolad's tomato breeding program at Penn State University is being released by Johnny's S... more »


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