Farm to Table

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Report Provides Options For Organic Soybean Growers

Soybeans were planted on nearly 84 million acres in the U.S. in 2016, but only a tiny fraction – less than 1 percent – were grown organically. Thi...
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Tennessee: Planning to Sell Fruits, Vegetables or Nuts at Farmers Markets?​

University of Tennessee Extension announces a new round of Farmers Market Boot Camps for producers planning to grow fruits, vegetables or nuts for dir...
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Arkansas: UAPB uses aquaculture to bridge educational concepts

As an Extension specialist at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, Bauer Duke’s work takes him to middle school and high school classrooms acro...
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High tunnel, strawberry production to be featured at events in Fort Worth

People interested in high tunnel horticulture and strawberry production will have two opportunities to get the latest information on both during back-...
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USDA: $5 Million in Farm to School Grants to Increase Local Foods in Schools

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) today announced that up to $5 million in grant funds is available to help schools create or strengt...
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High tunnel pest exclusion, alternative pesticides workshops set for October

The Louisiana Sustainable Agriculture and Research and Education (SARE) Program and U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Serv...
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Jonesboro Local Food Meetup Showcases Farm-To-Table

The University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture wants more Arkansas farmers’ food on the plates of Arkansans, and it’s trying to spread the wor...
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Shop safe at farmers markets

Farmers markets are a great place to buy healthy local produce and other foods, meet and support local farmers, and enjoy shopping in a fun environmen...
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Late blight hitting Arkansas tomatoes early

Heavy spring rains have delivered a destructive fungal disease to Arkansas tomato growers. Jackie Lee, horticulture integrated pest management special...
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UK poultry specialists urge caution in midst of salmonella outbreak

With at least 21 Kentuckians recently contracting salmonella, University of Kentucky poultry specialists are urging those with small flocks to be proa...