Drone Images Detect 2 Tomato Diseases with 99% Accuracy Jan 14, 2020

🕔Jan 14, 2020
New technology being developed by University of Florida scientists identifies two dangerous tomato diseases with 99 percent accuracy. This finding is critical because diseases can cost growers millions of dollars […]

Florida Citrus: ‘Marathon’ Mandarin Gives Growers Advantages Feb 7, 2019

🕔Feb 7, 2019
Commercial citrus growers will soon see a new seedless mandarin variety that stays on the tree longer, two traits farmers seek, say University of Florida scientists. ‘Marathon,’ an early season […]

Peanut Butter: A Brief History in Honor of National Peanut Butter Day Jan 17, 2019

🕔Jan 17, 2019
The peanut butter sandwich is about as American as baseball, hot dogs and apple pie. But history tells us its origins date back to the ancient Incas and Aztecs. All […]

Florida: County-Level Estimates for Hurricane Michael Ag Losses Nov 27, 2018

🕔Nov 27, 2018
Hurricane Michael devastated coastal communities along the Florida Panhandle but the storm also caused significant agricultural crop losses well inland, as shown by a new report from the University of […]

Rice: New Study May Lead to More Heat-Tolerant Varieties Oct 18, 2018

🕔Oct 18, 2018
Rice, the most widely consumed food crop in the world, takes a beating in hot weather. To combat the high temperatures, a global group of scientists, led by a University […]

Florida: Smart Irrigation Systems – SmartPath Tech Could Improve Water Usage Aug 1, 2018

🕔Aug 1, 2018
By testing new technology, University of Florida scientists will work with growers to encourage their use of alternatives to fresh water by using new smart irrigation systems. This way, growers […]

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