Keyword: fruit
14 results total, viewing 1 - 14
The Hendry County Health Department in coordination with the SNAP-Ed Program has been using a curriculum called “Grow It, Try It, Like It” with children at the Children’s Garden of LaBelle. more
Pomegranates are sweet, juicy and one day they could grow abundantly in Florida. They taste good, and they’re full of nutrients, including antioxidants. more
With their research, Boyd and Schumann hope to eventually help growers unleash surgical strikes on weeds – without vanquishing their fruit. more
IMMOKALEE - When the COVID-19 health pandemic hit our country last year, families were suddenly faced with increased hardship such as unemployment, hospital bills, and eviction. The result left many … more
For some, the pandemic brought with it an unexpected interest in all things gardening and growing, including cultivating herbs, vegetables and fruit trees. more
On March 12, 2021, the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) authorized State WIC Agencies to enhance the WIC benefit for a period of four months... more
On March 12, the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) authorized State WIC Agencies to enhance the WIC benefit for a period of four months... more
If you have ever brought home seemingly fresh produce from the grocery store only to find it wilted and moldering a few days later, Tie Liu feels your pain. more
Small-scale grower operations have their advantages despite being challenged by access to large markets and limits on resources. more
The initiative’s objective is to let researchers study and discuss vanilla, passionfruit and mangoes more
A team of scientists at the University of Florida have sequenced the genome of the internationally important ‘Tommy Atkins’ mango... more
Touted as a superfood that promotes heart and gut health, the exotic dragon fruit has gained popularity as it grows in Florida’s more
It’s a scientific question straight out of a science fiction novel more
C&B Farms Inc. came through for the community more
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 365 days.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.
X