USDA Red, the world's first true red spinach variety has been developed and released by the Agricultural Research Service.
Martin Williams, associate professor in the Department of Crop Science at the University of Illinois, says that the cultivation of sweet corn in the Midwest of the United States is planted in an average population of 60,000 plants per hectare.
An innovative technology would allow to control diseases and pests through endophytic microorganisms in vegetables. The information was released in Chillán, Chile, in a seminar called “Soil health in the production of Frutillas in the Ñuble Region” organized by Corfo, the regional ministerial secretary of Agriculture and INIA Quilamapu.
Recognized for producing premium vegetables destined for national consumption, the horticulturists of Salta and Jujuy face difficulties in tomato production due to the incidence of pests and soil diseases, the reduction of yields by monoculture and adverse factors, added to scale limitations.
A new watermelon line, developed by Agricultural Research Service (ARS) and Clemson University scientists, gets to the root of the problem of a major disease and pest of watermelon crops in the southern United States.