Friday, July 03, 2015

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Mexican sour gherkin: Big profits can come in tiny packages

By Leslie Finical Halleck

The newest cucumber trends are tasty new treats with unique names and a number of uses. More

6 tips for selecting the right cart

By Cassie Neiden

When it comes to choosing carts to move material in and out of the greenhouse, there can be many factors to consider. Find out how to choose the best cart for your operation. More

Seizing the moment

By Chris Mosby

Vertical farming might be the next agricultural revolution. It could also be a fading craze. One thing’s for certain, vertical growing is on the rise. More

What chefs want

By Chris Mosby and Cassie Neiden

As more growers turn to produce as a revenue supplement, four chefs explain what they look for when selecting growers and their produce. More

Industry groups sue DOL and DHS

The lawsuit asks a U.S. District Court to order recently enacted H-2B rules illegal. More

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New All-America Selections partnership aims to market plants by combining joys of cooking and gardening

To promote AAS Winners, the organization and culinary entertainer Jonathan Bardzik will partner to create a series of cooking videos featuring the winning produce. More

Sakata wins water conservation award

The Santa Clara Valley Water District awarded the company the title "Water Saving Hero." More

USDA announces $150 million partnership to support California water quality and quantity

The partnership will allot public and private resources to conserve and restore the Sierra-Cascade California Headwaters. More

Syngenta hires two new territory managers

Adam Garr, Chris Threadgill join team of 56 experts. More

New members to National Advisory Committee on Microbiological Criteria for Foods appointed

Agriculture Secretary Tim Vilsack announces the appointment of members to the NACMCF's 2015-2017 term. More

9th Annual Greenhouse Competitions raise money for Uganda

The Leamington-based competitions saw greenhouses compete in various tomato, pepper and cucumber categories. More

USDA accepting applications for loans and grants

The agency wants to support rural business expansion, job creation and economic opportunity. More

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Beauty and sustenance

Dutch strawberry breeder ABZ Seeds introduces two new strawberry varieties that look good and taste great. More

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