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As part of the project, plant breeders at Cornell are developing strains of broccoli that can be grown successfully on the East Coast.

Phillip Griffiths, an associate professor at Cornell AgriTech, has released organic grape tomato varieties that are profitable and pack a culinary punch.

Fruit and vegetable producers are welcome to attend the 2019 Kentucky Fruit and Vegetable Conference Jan. 7-8 at Lexington's Embassy Suites Hotel.

The 2019 Mid-Ohio Growers’ Meeting will be held Jan. 10-11 at the Mt. Hope Event Center, 8076 state Route 241, Mount Hope.

The ODA is offering produce growers free Food and Drug Administration-approved consultations to help farmers comply with the Food Safety Modernization Act.

Plant root depth, canopy development, growth habits, and nutrient requirements in a given climate largely determine the irrigation schedule.

Farmers who are considering the purchase of an irrigation system for their vegetables or small fruits must consider many factors.

Earlier this week the CDC warned about a multistate outbreak of salmonella associated with pre-cut melons produced by a food distributor in Indianapolis.

The USDA is aligning its Harmonized Good Agricultural Practices Audit Program with the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act’s Produce Safety Rule.

Whether you are using a well or surface water to irrigate, the primary components of an irrigation system are often similar, if not identical.
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