Growers are bracing to pay more – around 7% – for their crews in the coming year.
The Adverse Effect Wage Rate (AEWR) for the H-2A program is expected to rise, based on the results of USDA's Fa... more »
Multiple concurrent educational sessions and a large industry trade show will be featured during the three days of the 2024 Mid-Atlantic Fruit and Vegetable Convention.
In its 47th year, this comin... more »
A look at winter sanitation, chill and irrigation inspection ... more »
WSU Extension – Walla Walla County, in partnership with University of Idaho Extension – Nez Perce County and the PNW Farmers’ Network, will host a three-part workshop series on soil acidity mana... more »
Supply chain software company Inteligistics has been granted a patent for a process to help predict temperatures and quality of perishable products.
Pittsburgh-based Inteligistics was granted Paten... more »
Equitable Food Initiative is welcoming two new employees who fill positions involving ethical program implementation and marketing.
Gabriela Lopez-Barry is the Ethical Charter Implementation Progra... more »
Through the Specialty Crops Competitiveness Initiative, the U.S. Department of Agriculture is working to provide additional support to and increase the competitiveness of the specialty crops sector.
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Kula Bio, a company offering a sustainable nitrogen replacement solution for crop and turf production, has announced that Hugh MacGillivray has joined the company as chief commercial officer. MacGilli... more »