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When you’re giving thanks this Thanksgiving, consider that much of your food grew in the Sunshine State... more
The U.S. Agency for International Development announced the creation of the Feed... more
University of Florida scientists plan to utilize $2 million from an initiative... more
Most rainfall that falls on the farms of the Everglades Agricultural Area never leaves the farm. more
Many farmers are incorporating tourism into their operations to draw visitors and earn... more
After experiencing a delay to the start of harvest due to extremely wet field conditions,... more
SOUTH BAY – Glades Lives Matter and area ministers are counting on the power of prayer to bless the upcoming harvest. more
In the year since Hurricane Ian unleashed its fury on Southwest Florida, UF/IFAS Extension... more
Florida Senator Rick Scott joined Congressman Scott Franklin, Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Wilton Simpson,, ... more
When you’re perusing the produce section, you’re looking for fresh fruits and vegetables. more
On Sept. 5, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced the availability of $65 million... more
Communities are hungry for urban food production. more
Basketball took center stage for Nikos Tziolas as he grew up in Greece. more
South Florida’s sugarcane, vegetable, fruit and rice farmers in the Everglades Agricultural Area (EAA) achieved a 63 percent annual phosphorus reduction ... more
The agreement affirms the two agencies’ interest in continuing their longstanding partnership on... more
Hannah Baker attributes her love of cattle to one moment as a child. more
The United States is consistently among the top coffee-consuming nations in the world, largely importing... more
Palm trees infected with lethal bronzing disease emit signals that warn nearby healthy palms... more
Recently, U.S. Sugar’s Senior Director of Corporate Communications and Public Affairs Judy Clayton Sanchez was honored... more
University of Florida researchers are working to identify genes that influence horses’ tendency to react to these “spooky” plastic bags. more
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