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Commercial Horticulture

Flowering plants at Metrolina Greenhouses in Huntersville, North Carolina

University of California. Department of Plant Sciences.

Covers insects and diseases, irrigation and nutrition, organic production, pesticides and alternatives, weather, soil, and more. Identifies research-based information about extension activities in planting, growing and harvesting fruits and nuts.

United States Department of Agriculture

Organizes information about USDA insurance programs for America's farmers and ranchers. Includes insurance calculators, local office locators, fact sheets and program overview.

California Sustainable Winegrowing Program.

Verifies, by a third-party auditor, that a winery or vineyard implements sustainable practices. Arranges information about sustainable practices for wine grape growers, including workbooks and workshops.

National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service.

Provides high value information and technical assistance to farmers, ranchers, extension agents, educators, and others involved in sustainable agriculture in the United States.

USDA. Economic Research Service

Provides economic analyses and data on vegetables and pulses for the fresh market and for processing use.

USDA. Agricultural Marketing Service.

Brings together various tools for grading, certification, auditing, inspection, and laboratory analysis that help promote and communicate quality, and wholesomeness to consumers.

USDA. Economic Research Service.

Contains data and analysis of U.S. supply, demand, prices, and trade for fresh, and processing fruit, and tree nuts.

USDA. Farm Service Agency

Describes all the USDA-sponsored farm loan programs which can be used to purchase land, livestock, equipment, feed, seeds and other inputs, buildings, and other farm improvements.

United States Department of Agriculture.

Lists USDA assistance programs for America's farmers resulting from drought, flood, fire, freeze, tornadoes, pest infestation, and other calamities.