Gummy stem blight causes lesions on leaves and stems and leads to defoliation. The disease favors warm, wet conditions, much like south Georgia’s summer climate.
Nominations for Fruit and Vegetable Industry Advisory Committee must be received by May 24, 2018.
Peter McClure has been studying Pongamia pinnata for about 10 years and is bullish on its potential to be a new economically viable vegetable oil and protein industry in the Sunshine State.
Hello Fresh, Blue Apron and other value-added meal services fit well for North Carolina’s sweet potato and produce farmers.
About 75 percent of the 2 million to 2.5 million farmworkers in the U.S. are foreign-born, and one-third are U.S. citizens.
Bakersfield-based Grimmway Farms looking to Georgia and the Southeast for carrot expansion.
Recent cold weather across South Carolina may lead to problems with white mold on winter vegetables.
Trade agreements seen as vital for North Carolina pork, sweet potatoes and tobacco.