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Wightman Farms set to be part of NJSHS’ 2024 Summer Orchard Tour

The New Jersey State Horticultural Society's 2024 Summer Orchard Tour and Educational Program is set to take place at Wightman Farms on Thursday, June... more »

USDA adds fraud prevention info for inspectors

The USDA Organic Integrity Learning Center has added information on effective practices for organic inspectors to its website. The learning centerÂ... more »

MSU offers free webinar on organic recordkeeping

Michigan State University is sponsoring a free webinar on recordkeeping for organic growers. The webinar is from noon to 1 p.m. Eastern April 19. R... more »

OFRF program supports farmer-led research

Tim and Becky Colby own Colby Farms, a 14-acre farm in Papillion, Nebraska, where they produce vegetables, fruits and some livestock products for thei... more »

USDA plans to renew fruit, vegetable group charter

The USDA plans to renew the charter of the Fruit and Vegetable Industry Advisory Committee. USDA is set to renew the committee’s charter for two ... more »

Slow Farm owner earns Ohio organic honor

The Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association (OEFFA) has named Kim Bayer, who started Slow Farm in Ann Arbor, Michigan, in 2016, as the 2024 Beginnin... more »

AI boosts inspection capabilities

Neolithics, an artificial intelligence (AI) agritech company, is launching Neolithics Light, an automated, portable produce inspection system. The ... more »

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