The state produces almost half of all citrus crops in the U.S.
Field 'lazering' helps farmers conserve water from the Colorado River and grow produce for most of the nation.
Parasitic plants absorb the water and nutrients from neighboring vegetation.
Neonicotinoids were approved for commercial use in the 1990s. But their exact environmental impact has been questionable.
According to a new study, increasing demand for products like coffee and chocolate is causing companies to destroy forests to plant more crops.
Water-repellent plants have met their match.
Environmentalists and the U.S. government aren't seeing eye to eye on the decision.
Wal-Mart is trying to show that looks aren't everything by stocking some Florida shelves with apples that have blemishes on them.
Thanks to higher temperatures, French vineyards can harvest earlier, which means better wine.
Boulder County authorities have decided to stop allowing genetically engineered crops to be grown on county-owned farmland.
Boulder County Commissioners are asking residents what to do about the genetically engineered crop policy.