August 2021

Michigan’s Shelly Hartmann USHBC’S first female chairperson

Crop outlook a mixed bag for growers

FGN’s 60th anniversary: Hartmann’s used tissue culture for propagation

Wagner Farms thrives after focusing on sustainability

University of California improving equipment for vacuuming lygus bugs

Table grape grower Columbine Vineyards certified sustainable

FloraPulse system measures water potential of trees, vines

Changing face of retail keeps marketers on their toes

National Council of Agricultural Employers column: Heat is on to protect those who toil on farms

Notes from the Farm column: Health challenges, mixed with desire to finish projects

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