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Ron Perry stepping down from full-time duties

Ron Perry, a long-time professor of horticulture at Michigan State University (MSU), will retire from his full-time duties Sept. 1. Now 69, Perry has been working with Michigan’s fruit industry f... more

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Teenagers line up to work at century-old farm

Adapting to change has been part of Krupp Farms’ growth and improvement over the past 100 years. This year marks not only the Comstock Park, Michigan, farm’s 100th anniversary, but also Paul Krupp and wife Nancy’s 27th year of working there –... more
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Penn State research helps shape apple industry

One glance at a commercial orchard today and you realize these aren't your ... more


Study: Neonicotinoids pose low risk to bees

While neonicotinoid pesticides can harm honey bees, a new study by Washingt... more

New York awards $18 million to increase ag production

New York awards $18 million to increase ag production

New York state has awarded $18 million of awards of the Southern Tier Agric... more

Idaho university developing yield estimation system

USDA seeks comments on exotic fruit fly eradication program

United Fresh event to feature foodborne illness investigation session

Kevin Folta to keynote Great Lakes EXPO farm marketing program

USDA awards $55,000 to ag-tech business incubator

Preliminary deregulation extended to Arctic Fuji apple

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