A new variety of Pueblo Mirasol chile pepper with fleshier fruit for grilling has been developed in Colorado, where it’s growing in popularity.
Michael Bartolo, a researcher with the Colorado Fru... more
Family involvement has helped McClure Farms and West Coast Tomato, one of Florida’s longest-running tomato growing and packing operations, remain competitive ... more
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Tomatoes are the Type B’s of the vegetable world: Laid-back, creative, collaborative.
Want a slice on a burger? Fine. Chopped into a salad? Great... more »
Scientists have identified four new pathogens previously not found in Australian chillies, raising the stakes for the country's quarantine and disease... more »
New Hampshire farmers looking to grow colored bell peppers in high tunnels received some good news from researchers at the New Hampshire Agricultural ... more »
University of New Hampshire researchers have received a three-year grant for nearly $250,000 that will substantially expand research that aims to impr... more »
AgroFresh Solutions has introduced its new LandSpring product, a 1-Methylcyclopropene technology for use on transplanted vegetable seedlings. LandSpri... more »
May was a very cool, cloudy and wet month, which is having all kinds of repercussions now and into the summer for field crops. Gordon Johnson and Kate... more »
Heliae Development has registered its new PhycoTerra soil amendment for use on specialty crops grown in the United States. Current registration infor... more »
Rob Knorr picks 25 million pounds of peppers annually – jalapenos, both hot and mild – at his desert farm in Maricopa, Arizona.
Although it’s... more »
LSU AgCenter plant pathologist Raj Singh has never seen so many different diseases of tomatoes in one season.
Singh, known as the LSU AgCenter plan... more »
Anyone who has ever wondered why some tomatoes can taste so bland might be interested in the work of two Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientist... more »