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Best Apps For Growers & Farmers

“Precision agriculture” is a term that is being used a lot in the growing industry recently and reflects the desire to become efficient and strategic rather than use a hit-and-miss approach. One way that growers are optimizing their workflow and making their site visits much more efficient is by using […]

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What Exactly Makes Fruit And Vegetables Organic?

Customer demand for clean, organic produce is growing, along with an awareness of the health and environmental effects of synthetic chemicals in the supply chain. In the U.S., the United States Department of Agriculture has standards and regulations that determine what makes fruit and other produce “organic.” Knowing about the […]

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Could Robots Be the Next Farmers?

It seems like one of the biggest buzzwords in the AG sector these days is “automated farming,” and there’s no seeing that anyone is going to stop talking about it anytime soon. Some farmers are excited at the prospect and others fear for their livelihood, but in all the confusion […]

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Best Plants for Butterflies & Hummingbirds in Your Garden

Butterflies and hummingbirds are wonderful friends to have around your garden or orchard. They not only pollinate your plants and trees but also give you a reason to sit outside and enjoy the view. You can give these beautiful creatures a warm welcome by planting plenty of flowers that attract […]

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What is Regenerative Agriculture?

As a farmer, you know that your land and your dividends aren’t the only things you have to stay aware of. There’s no end to the list of terms and techniques that continue to sprout up in the world of farming and agriculture, and more are appearing by the day. […]

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Why California’s Climate is So Good for Wine

It’s no secret that California produces more—and better—wine than any other state. But just what is it about our beloved home that makes it the best place to grow your libations? Today at Fruit Growers Supply we’re going to be taking a look at the role climate and farming plays […]

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