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$380 Million in USDA Disaster Relief for Panhandle Timber Producers & Irrigated Crop Farmers

$380 Million in USDA Disaster Relief for Panhandle Timber Producers & Irrigated Crop Farmers

Source: FDACS News Release Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried announced on November 8, 2019 that the U.S. Department of Agriculture has allocated $380.7 million in federal block grant funding for Florida farmers devastated by Hurricane Michael, including direct...

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Proper Soil Fumigant Selection and Application – Choose the Correct Tool for the Job

Proper Soil Fumigant Selection and Application – Choose the Correct Tool for the Job

Most vegetable and melon producers in this region have some history with using soil fumigation, whether Telone (1,3-dichloropropene) for nematode control in peanuts or cotton, methyl bromide and chloropicrin for weed and disease control in tomatoes, or Vapam (metam...

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Get Your Farm Finances On Track for 2020 Workshop – December 5 or 6

Get Your Farm Finances On Track for 2020 Workshop – December 5 or 6

Are you looking to learn more about how to better manage both your finances and risk? In today’s economy, understanding how to manage farm finances and using records to make decisions is more critical than ever. Farm Credit of Northwest Florida is offering the...

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Friday Feature:  World’s Largest Corn Maze Celebrates 50th Anniversary of First Man on the Moon

Friday Feature: World’s Largest Corn Maze Celebrates 50th Anniversary of First Man on the Moon

Fall is a busy time of year for agritourism operations all across America.  When the air cools, people are looking for fun things to do with their families outside.  Many farms around the country are cashing in on this annual quest for outdoor adventure.  This week's...

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