Vegetables

Vidalia onions hit markets

Georgia's official state vegetable, the Vidalia onion, on April 23 hit shelves of grocery stores around the world. "The sweetest onions on earth are certainly living up to their reputation this year," said Georgia Commissioner... more »

Renewed labels for onions and green onions in Michigan

The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD) have approved two labels for Michigan onion growers. Both labels are Special Local needs (24c) labels for the state of Michigan. Starane... more »

BrightFarms recognized by Walmart with Produce Innovation Award

BrightFarms, a supplier of locally grown salads for supermarkets, was recently awarded the Innovation Award (Produce) at Walmart’s 2019 Supplier Growth Forum in Rogers, Arkansas. The Innovation Award follows a successful launch of BrightFarms salads... more »

How onion growers stay sustainable

The National Onion Association’s membership works hard to keep their operations sustainable. From the use of onion as a raw "onion power" to power up facilities, to protecting workers and the land, America’s onion farmers... more »

Leafy greens organization strengthens water safety requirements

The California Leafy Greens Marketing Agreement’s (LGMA) board of directors has voted to strengthen mandatory food safety practices required on farms. Every box of leafy greens placed into commerce by a certified LGMA member will... more »

Knouse Fruitlands is Pennsylvania Grower of the Year

At an old round barn not far from one the nation’s biggest historical sites, Brian Knouse balances the past with the future of the family farm. “I think this farm was one of the first... more »

New zebra chip variety discovered in Oregon

A previously unknown variety of zebra chip disease has been discovered in Oregon. In December 2017, chipping potato tubers that originated in the Klamath Basin were suspected to be infected with zebra chip (Candidatus Liberibacter... more »

Penn State study: Impact of cultivated hosts related to cucumber mosaic virus

Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) is one of the most successful viruses known, infecting over 1,200 species of plants. Like other single-stranded RNA viruses, CMV is known to have a high potential for population diversity due... more »


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