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NC accepting proposals for Specialty Crop Block Grant Program  - The N.C. Dept. of Agriculture and Consumer Services is accepting proposals from nonprofits and government agencies for the Specialty Crop Block Grant Program. Projects involving fruits, vegetables, tree nuts, culinary herbs and other specialty crops are eligible. Grant requests may not exceed $200,000.   More at our Farm News page>>
USDA's chief economist issues key forecasts  - In a packed hotel ballroom far from the fields of the Midwest, USDA Acting Chief Economist Robert C. Johansson made some bold forecasts concerning agriculture in 2015. Overall, the forecast for the coming year is bright. Crop prices will remain low, but farmers should be financially stable enough to withstand the downturn.  More at our Farm News page>>
Where do vegetable transplants come from?  - Millions of vegetable transplants will be purchased this spring, and there’s a good chance many of them got their start in a Virginia greenhouse. The greenhouse and nursery industry is the fifth-largest segment of Virginia’s farm economy, generating $251 million in sales each year. More at our Farm News page>>
Maryland inducts family into Agriculture Hall of Fame  - Governor Larry Hogan and Acting Agriculture Secretary Joe Bartenfelder recently inducted the Councell Family of Talbot County into the Governor’s Agriculture Hall of Fame, making the family the 46th recipients of the prestigious recognition. Governor Hogan focused his remarks on the "outstanding leadership, stewardship and accomplishments of the agricultural community."    More at our Farm News Page>>
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