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Michigan company turning rock dust into fertilizer

Thomas Logue may be a financial planner. But he’s a farmer at heart. Growing up around and working on farms, Logue holds a degree in agriculture from the University of Illinois. He went on to es... more

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Equipment monitors orchard temperature

When it comes to apples, idealists continually search for the best one, pessimists settle for the one within easiest reach, while optimists take them all and make pies – or in the case of the Watson family in Sonora, California, hard apple cider an... more
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MFFPA opens scholarship application period

MFFPA opens scholarship application period

The Michigan Frozen Food Packers Association (MFFPA) will present up to th... more

Selling directly to consumers helps farms stay in business

Selling directly to consumers helps farms stay in business

Opportunities to buy food directly from farmers, in urban and rural areas, ... more

Mummy berry germinates in Michigan blueberries

Mummy berry germinates in Michigan blueberries

Mummy berry is caused by the fungus Monilinia vaccinii-corymbosi and is cha... more

Miticide options for controlling mites in fruit

IFTA seeking scholarship applications, donations

Visa backlogs threaten this year’s harvest

Root pruning helps reduce excessive vigor

USDA funds assist farmers with environmental assurance

Meeting your food safety needs one bin at a time

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VIDEO: RosBREED 2 Process Reviewed

Ksenija Gasic, associate professor of horticulture at Clemson University, is the RosBREED stone fruit breeding team leader. She spoke at RosBREED

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