Farm to Table

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UT Institute of Agriculture Hosts Fruits of the Backyard Field Day

If you’re searching for fresh, locally-sourced produce, what could be more local than your own backyard? On Tuesday, June 13, University of Tenness...
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Arkansas peanut acreage inches higher, as market prices remain favorable against stagnant row crop prices

As peanut market prices continue to offer a reliable toehold for Arkansas growers struggling against depressed commodity prices, acreage for the sandy...
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What the Produce Safety Rule Means for Growers

The consumption of fresh fruit and vegetables has been recognized for generations as a component of healthy living. However, consuming fresh produce c...
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Workshop set for farmer’s market vendors

A local foods workshop to help farmers markets vendors increase sales is set for 1 p.m. Saturday, April 15, at the Webb City Public Library. The sessi...
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March 7 Field Day to help strawberry growers keep pace with rising demands

Demand for strawberries in the U.S. has risen and fruit experts with the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture want to help growers ke...
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Beekeeping classes coming to Fort Smith, starting March 20

If you’ve ever been drawn to the idea of raising bees for honey, now’s your chance to learn the basics of bee health, hive management and honey ha...
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Conference for small-acreage entrepreneurs offers large lineup of speakers

Registration is open for the fourth annual Small Acreage and Land Entrepreneur (SALE) Conference on March 4 in St. Joseph. Topics include beekeeping, ...
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NCAT and Partners Host Arkansas Farm to School Summit

Arkansas teachers, school nutrition staff, farmers, and parents, would you like to: Learn about using garden activities to teach your students? Serve ...
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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...