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Harvest New England Ag Marketing Conference & Trade Show will be virtual

Registration is now open for the eighth biennial Harvest New England Agricultural Marketing Conference and Trade Show. The virtual program is set for two half days on Feb. 24-25 and will be offered at no cost... more »

Workshop set on building better spray programs for vineyards in the Midwest

Are you are a Midwest grape grower and want to feel more confident about fungicide spray program design? Join us March 2 or 4, for a virtual workshop on building better spray programs for vineyards... more »

Oppy to conduct two trials for innovative strawberry technologies

Building on its 163-year tradition of innovation, Oppy is set to conduct two independent trials exploring the viability of new technologies that aim to further advance strawberry production practices by offering solutions to persistent issues... more »

Georgia Ag Forecast: 2021 offers opportunity for ‘rural to shine’

The pandemic has put a strain on all sectors of the economy, and the agricultural and food industries were no exception. From supply chain disruptions that led to dumping milk and crops to increased consumer... more »

Brighter Bites partners with Houston Food Bank to serve students, families

Brighter Bites, a nonprofit organization that delivers fresh fruits and vegetables directly into families’ hands, will continue partnering with the Houston Food Bank, its most critical and longest-standing Houston-area partner, to help serve families in need... more »

Washington groups sue state over emergency COVID-19 regulations

Leading agriculture groups in Washington state announced Feb. 2 they are taking legal action against the sate of Washington over recently renewed emergency COVID-19 regulations they say are ill-conceived, increase health risks to essential farm... more »

Naturipe Farms promotes three employees

Naturipe Farms announced the promotions of three of its valued long-term employees. According to a news release, Jerry Moran, is now vice president, sales. In his new role, Moran will take on added responsibilities managing... more »

Tian joins UCCE as viticulture advisor in Kern County, California

Tian Tian has been named the University of California Cooperative Extension viticulture advisor in Kern County, beginning Jan. 4. Tian previously served as a graduate research assistant at Oregon State University in Corvallis, where she... more »

Current Issue

FGN February 2021

Florida breeding seeks regionally-adapted peach rootstocks

Sweet cherry evolution a decades-long journey

Growers’ group builds own research facility

Low-tech strategies for fighting frost shouldn’t be ignored

Southeast growers turning to soil moisture sensors

National Council of Agricultural Employers column: Biden appointees face task of working with ag sector

Notes from the Farm column: Assess equipment to make farm operate better

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