It is a bitter coincidence for blueberry growers in Georgia that a winter, characterized by unusually warm temperatures and mild conditions, will long be remembered for a devastating freeze that occurred on spring’s doorstep.
Not the least of worries, and a concern that is growing as each day passes, is the rapid population explosion of mosquitoes and the diseases they may be carrying. Read moreRead More »
The Missouri Department of Agriculture said it hopes to be able to lift its ban on the herbicide dicamba as early as this week, a restriction it ordered after complaints that use of the weed killer by some farmers was damaging crops in adjacent fields. Read moreRead More »