Crop Management

Vilsack announces Bioproduct Pilot program funded by Bipartisan Infrastructure Law

The new program aims to support the development of bio-based products with lower carbon footprints and increase use of renewable agricultural materials. more »

Pecan insects and heat

Normal temperatures in south Georgia are typically ideal for insect growth. However, these hotter temperatures are detrimental for lots of pests. more »

CDFA’s Healthy Soils Program selects 940 projects totaling $66.3 million to fight climate change

The selected projects will have an estimated impact across more than 82,000 acres of California farm and ranch land. more »

Farm, business groups call for action on water projects

Drought is set to cripple California food, energy and housing, and agriculture and business groups are imploring California to set clear goals for boosting water storage and supplies. more »

New guide details IPM for weevil pests in hazelnut

With countries developing hybrid plants to increase production, this new guide offers insight into protecting hazelnuts from various species of weevils. more »

Drought picture grows more bleak for California agriculture

The farmers are facing water supply challenges that are worse this season than in previous dry years. more »

UMHDI conducting insect pest survey

Upper Midwest Hazelnut Initiative is asking growers to share their insect pest situation with University of Minnesota to better understand pest pressures. more »

Seeds for Bees application open enrollment launched

Open enrollment started June 1, and new applicants can receive up to $2,500 in free seed. more »

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