Agriculture
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Florida farmers and other businesspeople are bubbling with enthusiasm to make wine. more
Development regulators are genes that regulate plant development and growth. UF/IFAS scientists have discovered... more
Michael Burton spends the academic year teaching and conducting research in agronomy at Missouri State University. more
Strawberry farmers worldwide may get help from new University of Florida research that shows a way to battle... more
food market, small is good and local is what consumers seek to buy. Consumer-demand research by the U.S. Department of Agriculture tells... more
How hot is too hot, and how dry is too dry, for the Earth’s forests? A new study from an international team of researchers found the answers... more
Oyster farmers face many challenges when growing a healthy harvest, as the market is highly diverse. more
As April starts this week, we enter the Florida blueberry season and the sweet taste that comes with the fruit. more
On March 25, 70 high school students from across the country visited the University of Florida campus in Gainesville to learn more about academic... more
Soil health is an important aspect to strawberry and tomato production. Farmers often apply a type of pesticide called fumigants to the soil months more
Sometimes in science, a new perspective brings an “a ha!” moment. That’s what one senior researcher at the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural... more
U.S. Representative Greg Steube (R-Fla.) this week launched the Agriculture Advisory Committee in Florida’s 17th Congressional District. Ranchers and ... 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
Finger limes, a unique citrus variety gaining interest among chefs, foodies and citrus growers ... more
Samira Daroub has been named director of the UF/IFAS Everglades Research & Education Center... more
This century, food producers will face a complex challenge: grow enough food to help billions more people get the nutrition they nee ... more
Can a computer “taste” a tomato or a blueberry? Well, not exactly, but it can tell scientists which volatiles in these fruits make them taste good... more
With a device they can make on their own for only $159, arborists can for the most part accurately assess ... more
Think of the 27-expert, nine-country survey team as tree epidemiologists, looking for the next “tree pandemic” ... more
Bermudagrass is the most used warm-season perennial grass forage in the southeastern United States ... more
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