Agriculture Secretary Mike Johanns is optimistic about Congress taking care of immigration reform this session, despite lack of progress.
Calls are out for a totally new approach to farm policy.
A soy-based product is helping tourists see the Statue of Liberty. Report (1:00 wma)
Strip till conservation is gaining ground on the Florida panhandle thanks to EQIP.
The Official Variety Tests (OVT) of Monsanto’s Roundup Ready Flex Cotton technology at Auburn University last season showed some excellent results.
Agriculture Secretary Mike Johanns spoke to the United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association this week in Chicago, where he released USDA’s Risk Management white paper and then met with reporters who asked about the Bush administration’s opposition to the disaster aid package passed by the Senate.
Â Link: http://www.usda.gov/2006/05/0155.xml CHICAGO, May 8, 2006-Agriculture Secretary Mike Johanns today released a risk management analysis paper,
A well known peanut agronomist has advice when dealing with what he feels was the number 2 problem in last years peanut crop.Â Report (1:00 wma)
Issues facing citrus growers in Indian RiverÂ Citrus area with preview of subject to be discusses by Citrus Commission in months to come. Â Report (1:01 wma)
Comments from east coast citrus grower on wayÂ South AmericansÂ protect their groves from canker. Â Report (1:00 wma)