Crop Management

WSU plans irrigation tech field day

teAn irrigation field day is scheduled by Washington State University (WSU) and the Washington Tree Fruit Research Commission to show growers the late... more »

Farmers work to save heat-stressed crops

Crops across California continue to take a beating as California farmers work to reduce impacts of a lingering heat wave that has increased their cost... more »

Great Bear Vineyards’ organic journey

As the owner of Great Bear Vineyards, which will complete transitioning all grapes to organic production this year, Marcus Meadows-Smith relies on bio... more »

Georgia ag dept., FieldWatch promote pesticide safety

Georgia is partnering with a nonprofit mapping operation to promote safe pesticide handling. The Georgia Department of Agriculture (GDA) is partner... more »

Ohio Crop, Soil & Water Field Night scheduled 

A Crop, Soil & Water Field Night is being hosted by Ohio State University (OSU). Part of the South Centers Soil, Water, and Bioenergy program, ... more »

Invasive insect detected in Michigan 

Spotted lanternfly (SLF), an invasive pest, has been detected in a Michigan county. Michigan officials have confirmed the state’s second detectio... more »

Study: strawberry growers can use fewer pesticides to control pest

A University of Florida research shows how strawberry growers can use fewer pesticides to control a destructive pest. An invasive pest in the south... more »

Growers to benefit from nanobubble partnership 

Nanobubble technology supplier Moleaer Inc. is partnering with one of the largest U.S. horticultural distribution and brokerage companies to aid growe... more »

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