Agriculture
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Caladium lovers owe Florida a debt of gratitude. The Sunshine State serves as the sole source of caladiums for the world... more
Kalan Royal has agriculture in his blood. His family has been involved in Florida’s citrus and cattle industries since the 1860s. more
You can scarcely find a tasty, heirloom tomato in the grocery store. But University of Florida scientists helped discover a way to enhance tomato smell and taste. Breeding efforts over the last half … more
The Okeechobee Soil & Water Conservation District coordinated a three-county land judging contest on March 1 ... more
Tomatoes are big business in Florida, the nation’s top producer of the popular fruit, but an insect no bigger than a grain... more
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is announcing ... more
Consumers are more likely to buy orange juice if they think the fruit comes from Florida ... more
Tempted by the tangy taste of tomato juice? Consumers may prefer a product sold from grocery store shelves over... more
University of Florida plant pathologist Romina Gazis studies fungal-associated diseases affecting many types... more
Even though consumers are paying more for food this year, farmers do not benefit ... more
Think of the herbs and spices that make your favorite holiday dish ... more
University of Florida citrus researchers continue to provide innovative leadership in the fight against... more
Begonias are among the top five most popular plants found in flower beds and Florida leads the way... more
With the holidays approaching, many people will buy a lot of food, and some will throw much of it out, particularly... more
Cattle grazing leases on South Florida Water Management District land were approved at the SFWMD Governing Board... more
Snipping cuttings during the heat of the day is not always conducive for successful rooting of cuttings. more
Lourdes Pérez Cordero did not grow up in a citrus growing family, but you wouldn’t know that after meeting her. more
As Mexico increases tomato exports across the world, including to the United States, prices plummet for American growers... more
Proper nutrition for disease damaged citrus trees is critical to extending their productivity. Growers can learn more... more
Two University of Florida scientists have joined a national research effort to promote phosphorus... more
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