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Killing time for cover crops? Late-planted rye won’t delay crimping.

Cereal rye as an overwinter cover crop poses a special challenge for organic vegetable growers. Unlike conventional growers who manage cereal rye in t... more »

Carbon farming college accredited, launched online by Indigo Ag

Carbon Farming fund Indigo Ag in mid-December rolled out a continuing education series designed to increase access to high-quality information and acc... more »

Why Lipman Family Farms invests in organics and sustainable packaging

New green initiatives at Lipman Family Farms have grown to fruition.  Lipman started getting into organics about 10 years ago. It doubled down five ... more »

EV tractor, fridge truck among World Ag Expo’s top 10

An all-electric tractor and an all-electric refrigerated cargo truck were among the top 10 new products recognized by the World Ag Expo in advance of ... more »

Yumbrella, an organic washable fruit coating, debuts

Startchy, Inc recently announced the U.S. launch of Yumbrella, its organic coating for the apple industry. Yumbrella, which the company is marketin... more »

UniMax expands fire suppression products to California standards

The UniMax series of hoods has been expanded to include wide selection of models that feature fire suppression systems to meet California requirements... more »

$20M on tap for organic growers’ post-pandemic assistance

Money is on the table for U.S. organic growers – $20 million, exactly. The USDA in early November opened the application process for funds for gr... more »

Mating disruption products’ availability, practice grow

More types of agricultural pheromones available in the market for an increasing number of pests give growers options for pest control.  Mating disr... more »

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