Turmeric, a Popular Herb to Grow

Dan Nursery Crops, This Land of Ours

Cathy Isom lets you know why you should grow Tumeric and how to do it. That’s coming up on This Land of Ours. One of today’s most popular herbs for health and wellness is turmeric.  It’s been shown to be an amazing healing herb, with countless different health benefits, such as improving circulation, relieving arthritis symptoms, improving memory, and boosting immunity. …


“Agri-View” Host Everett Griner Retirement Update

Dan Agri View

by Gary Cooper We announced before the end of 2018 that our well-known Southeast AgNet commentary host of “Agri-View” Everett Griner, now 92, would be retiring. We appreciate the well wishes we received for Everett since that announcement. He is resting well in his home in Moultrie, GA. We were also pleased to hear that Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB) picked …

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Super Bowl Chicken Wings Consumption

Dan Poultry, This Land of Ours

Americans love a good football game, and they also love to eat chicken wings while watching the big game. Cathy Isom lets us know why the National Chicken Council says there will be no shortage of chicken wings this weekend. That’s coming up on This Land of Ours. Learn more from the National Chicken Council Americans to Eat More than …


Where You Should Plant Chamomile

Dan Nursery Crops, This Land of Ours

In this, the second of her series, Cathy Isom tells you where you should plant chamomile. That’s coming up on This Land of Ours. As delicate as chamomile appears, it’s a hardy little plant that does well in pathways. It can pop up between patio stones or alongside raised beds to keep the garden cozy and sweet smelling. Traditionally, farmers have …

Growing the Enchanted Chamomile Plant

Dan Nursery Crops, This Land of Ours

Cathy Isom begins this series with filling us in about how to grow the enchanted chamomile plant. That’s coming up on This Land of Ours. Chamomile is the quiet little nursemaid of the garden, supporting surrounding plants and attracting helpful insects.  Roman chamomile seeds should be started inside, about 6-8 weeks before transplanting them outdoors. They like warm, loose soil, so …


Put Florida First and End the Shutdown

Dan Editorial, Industry News Release

As Americans, we have some basic, reasonable expectations. Among them: our food should be safe to eat, our businesses should be able to operate, our workers should be paid for their labor, and our government should function effectively. That shouldn’t be asking too much. Yet as the federal government shutdown extends past the four-week mark, even those basic expectations aren’t …