12:29PM Jun 30, 2020

Georgia expands organic, local, greenhouse options

Amy Sowder
AgWeb Contributor

Eva Moghaddam wants to make it easier for every family to find healthier food. It’s a value that many producers and distributors in this industry share, a value that can

07:53AM May 21, 2020

How indoor, vertical Bowery Farming is faring during COVID-19

Amy Sowder
AgWeb Contributor

Several characteristics of urban, vertical, indoor agriculture have been an advantage amid the recent romaine lettuce recalls and also during the COVID-19 pandemic.

17:10PM May 20, 2020

Justice asks court to dismiss suit seeking end to organic hydroponics

Tom Karst
AgWeb Contributor

The Justice Department is seeking the dismissal of a lawsuit challenging the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s decision to allow hydroponic operations to be certified organic.

10:21AM Oct 28, 2019

Talking Fresh Summit and indoor farming companies

Tom Karst
AgWeb Contributor

The Packer’s Tom Karst visits with Craig Carlson of Carlson Produce Consulting Oct. 25 about the just-concluded 2019 Produce Marketing Association’s Fresh Summit.

12:37PM Aug 26, 2019

Urban life and agtech coincide at NYC AgTech Week in September

Amy Sowder
AgWeb Contributor

At the fourth annual NYC AgTech Week Conference, attendees can tour farms and attend panel discussions, workshops and networking events hosted by the NYC Agriculture Collective.

21:33PM Mar 11, 2019

Square Roots expands indoor farms with Gordon Food Service deal

AgWeb Guest Editor
AgWeb Contributor

Gordon Food Service, Grand Rapids, Mich., has formed an exclusive partnership with indoor farming company Square Roots, expanding the greenhouse company’s reach from its New York base.

17:16PM Feb 07, 2019

Blueberry deal allows Red Sun Farms to grow OZblus in Mexico

Chris Koger
News Editor, The Packer

Greenhouse grower Red Sun Farms, Kingsville, Ontario, will be growing next-generation OZblu blueberries at its Mexico facilities, which promise to deliver a firmer, crunchier and more flavorful berry.