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Jacto Partners with TEQlease Capital
TEQlease Capital and Jacto, Inc. announced that TEQlease has become the preferred financing resource for Jacto. Through this relationship, TEQlease will provide lease financing solutions for Jacto customers in the United States. Jacto is an industry-leading manufacturer of agricultural sprayers and backpack sprayers. Read More

Diffley to Keynote OEFFA Conference
Organic farmer, consultant, activist and author Atina Diffley will be the featured keynote speaker at the Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association’s 35th annual conference, Affirming Our Roots, Breaking New Ground, on Saturday, February 15, in Granville, Ohio. Read More

Siegers Seed Announces GAP Certification
Siegers Seed Co., a distributor of a full line of quality vegetable seeds and plants in the U.S. and Canada, recently announced that it has officially received its Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) Certification from the USDA for four of its locations, including the main office in Holland, Mich. Read More

Food Safety Guide for Fresh Produce Operations
The United Fresh Food Safety & Technology Council has developed a document, Guidance on Environmental Monitoring and Control of Listeria for the Fresh Produce Industry, that helps guide the fresh produce industry in developing practical and scientifically sound "search and destroy" programs for listeria. Read More

Arizona Strawberry Day Part II
Arizona Strawberry Day Part II is scheduled for February 22, 2014. This workshop is designed for local growers who are interested in learning how to grow hydroponic strawberries in arid and semiarid greenhouses. Read More

PASA Hosts 23rd Farming for the Future Conference
The Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture (PASA) will host the 23rd annual Farming for the Future Conference February 5-8, 2014, at the Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel in State College, Pa. Read More

UF/IFAS Researcher Wins $300,000 Grant
A University of Florida researcher who helped develop a mathematical model to show how citrus greening spreads within infected trees has received a $300,000 grant from the Esther B. O’Keeffe Foundation to expand the model. Read More

Food Processing Sanitation and Pest Management
"Food Processing Sanitation and Pest Management: A Pest Manager’s Recertification Workshop" is scheduled for February 4, 2014, in Rochester, N.Y. The agenda was created to provide current technical information to enable food industry personnel and pest control applicators to improve their integrated pest management skills in food facilities. Read More

2014 Growing Green Awards
The Natural Resources Defense Council and the Berkeley Food Institute joined together to announce the 2014 Growing Green Awards to recognize leadership in the field of sustainable food systems. This national award recognizes individuals who have inspired or demonstrated scalable models for more ecologically integrated, just and healthful food systems. Read More

Georgia Pecan Growers Set Sights on India
Georgia pecan growers have had great success exporting their nuts to far-off places, including China, Turkey and Dubai. But the next big market the industry is trying to crack is proving difficult. Read More

Onion Growers Cheer Expected Changes
Onion growers in the Northwest are pleased that federal regulators plan to rework proposed food safety rules that had farmers fearing they could suffer major losses if irrigation water were shut off during the growing season. Read More

Growing GMO Awareness Fuels Eco-Labeling
Growing consumer awareness about genetically modified organisms (GMO) is fueling the growth of products marked with eco-labels, such as "organic." In fact, increased consumer interest in food origins will push organic food sales to reach $50 billion by 2018. Read More


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