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CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — The teen founder of Jill’s Sweet Potatoes has customers lining up for their taste of the fall veggie.
I know. I know. Thanksgiving is now a memory and you’re probably more focused on Black Friday deals and Christmas than gardening, but paying a…
Harrisburg, Pa. -- They've been a popular ornamental shrub for ages, and they spread like wildfire. The Japanese Barberry (Berberis thunbergii) has known to be invasive for at least a decade, with Massachusetts banning them in 2009.
If you were wanting to certify your garden as organic, the process can take three years. Don't want to get certified? Here are some practices organic gardeners can embrace.
Automation, artificial intelligence and robotics represent potentially monumental changes for agriculture’s future. Azlan Zahid, an assistant professor of controlled-environment agriculture engineering at the Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center in Dallas, said he hopes his research will spearhead that evolution for urban farming.
BAGLEY, Wis. – Brad Clark is looking at farming differently these days. Helping his family farm to become more resilient in the face of extreme-weather events while maintaining profitability has gained even greater significance. And recently becoming a Climate Positive Leader has given him new appreciation for what he can do to help farmers like him around the world.