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The Virginia wine industry has earned plenty of national and international accolades in recent years, but the amount of grapes being raised in the Old Dominion has remained relatively flat.
Posted in: Wine

 

GMOAnswers.com was created to answer consumers’ questions about foods that are genetically modified organisms.
Posted in: Miscellaneous

 

The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture presented its seventh annual Book of the Year award to Laurie Krebs of Williamsburg for her book The Beeman, which introduces young readers to bees, beekeeping and the pollination process.

 

County Farm Bureau leaders from across Virginia will speak with state legislators about issues of interest to farmers during Virginia Farm Bureau Federation’s annual Legislative Day on Jan. 23. The event’s theme will be “Ask Me About My Farm.”

 

County Farm Bureau leaders from across Virginia will speak with state legislators about issues of interest to farmers during Virginia Farm Bureau Federation’s annual Legislative Day on Jan. 23. The event’s theme will be “Ask Me About My Farm.”

 

American farmers and ranchers are again setting their sights on a new federal farm bill.

 

Plant diseases have no regard for history or tradition, and unchecked boxwood blight could change the look of many home gardens and historic sites in Virginia.
Posted in: Horticulture

 

The Virginia Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom recently received a $5,000 grant from The Arthur W. Perdue Foundation and will use the money to fund educational initiatives during the 2013-2014 school year.
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