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Optimizing the field’s performance with Sunn Hemp

Here in Florida, we are lucky to be able to grow many diverse plants that help optimize the way our fields perform and our crops produce. One such plant is

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The battle for your lawn and garden

NOW THAT JULY has arrived, here are some tips you can arm yourself with for your lawn and garden. This month is the time for summer fertilization of your lawn.

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The technology tide is turning to tablets

At the beginning of this year, I wrote about 2012 as being the Year of Cloud and Tablet Computing. Many of you have some type of tablets already. We are

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Cold chain: On the front lines of food defense

With all the time, manpower, and costs invested in cold chain management, there are crucial issues that may be overlooked. First and foremost, train and trust your personnel to alert

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My newest veterinarian venture

My love for working with horses and animals began while I was young and shared a Welsh pony named Pharlap with my sisters. My interest only grew and was nurtured

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Hot topics for your lawn this summer

With all the heat and rain we are experiencing lately, it’s that time of year when the pests come out in full force. Make sure to get a good systemic

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Keep your business growing with satisfied customers

LAST MONTH, we touched on getting new customers with the help of local tradeshows. We’re now going to focus on the different types of customers you have and how to

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Microsoft wins big — What does it mean for you?

IN A RECENT technology journal competition, featuring vendor ratings in 27 categories, Microsoft took first place in many of the key groups: Cloud Applications, Business Intelligence, Data and Information Management

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Editor’s Blog: Rounding up blueberries, bees, and a special tribute

Okay, it’s no secret. You know it’s our Annual Blueberry Round Up edition because we have blueberries on our cover. Plus, if you’ve been reading the last two years of

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PCFB President’s Column: Election year requires engagement by ag community

As the summer weather heats up in an election year, so does the political climate. I hope all of you as agriculture industry members and Florida residents will be vigilant