Southeast

Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association selects next class of emerging leaders

The Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association (FFVA) has selected 13 up-and-coming agriculture industry leaders for Class 10 of our Emerging Leader Development Program for the coming year. According to a news release, Class 10 members... more »

Measuring crop evapotranspiration using sensors, drones, AI viewed

The sight of sprinklers running on a rainy day is not uncommon in Florida. The same goes for seeing landscapes scorched by the sun during one of Florida’s sweltering days when irrigation schedules were left... more »

U.S. Trade Representative’s efforts to protect Southeastern growers lauded

The Georgia Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association has applauded and supported the U.S. Trade Representative’s efforts to protect Southeastern produce growers. "This is a great first step to saving the domestic produce industry in the... more »

More information released about Southeast Regional conference going virtual

The Southeast Regional Fruit and Vegetable Conference held annually in Savannah, Georgia, has announced that the 2021 conference will be held virtually this year, Jan. 5-7, 2021. This event is the largest educational conference and... more »

PMA announces Food Fight GA as second Impact Award Laureate

Produce Marketing Association (PMA) has announced the second winner of the PMA Impact Award, Georgia Organics’ Food Fight GA initiative in Atlanta, Georgia. At Fresh Summit 2019, then incoming chair, Joe Don Zetzsche announced the... more »

New AI technology ‘Agroview’ named UF Invention of the Year

Yiannis Ampatzidis and his research team combined their collective minds to find the artificial intelligence technology to best help farmers save money and better care for their crops. Out of that process, they invented a... more »

Georgia professor receives $5.4M grant to combat spotted wing drosophila

The University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CAES) has been awarded a $5.4 million grant by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture to develop long-term, sustainable methods... more »

$400M in Florida panhandle agricultural products at stake in Sally’s wake

As slow-moving Hurricane Sally approached the Gulf Coast – eventually making landfall as a category 2 storm near Gulf Shores, Alabama, early Wednesday morning – its bands enveloped most of the Florida Panhandle. But like... more »

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Sustainability takes many forms

Boyer Orchards goes from side business to award winner in three generations

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Growers quickly see benefits of drip irrigation

Riverdance Farms finds success with farm-visiting crowd

Errotabere Ranches leads on Western challenges

New Minnesota apple triumps over scab disease

Researchers ponder presence of cranberry false blossom

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National Council of Agricultural Employers column: Wage increases naturally lead to job loss – ag included

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