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Reducing Risk of Crop Injury from Herbicide Applications

July 9, 2024

Weed control in sweet corn can be a challenging prospect. Reduced plant height and slower canopy cover compared to field corn reduces overall crop tolerance to weeds. While cultivation can be part of a weed management strategy, most growers rely […]

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Top Sweet Corn Varieties Growers Should Consider for Their Portfolio

June 28, 2024

We are honored to be featured multiple times in Growing Produce’s article “Top Sweet Corn Varieties Growers Should Consider for Their Portfolio.” At IFSI, we take pride in the quality of our products, which is why we are committed to […]

Why are carrots orange?

May 29, 2024

Crunching on a bright orange carrot, it’s hard to imagine them any other way. But surprisingly, the orange hue we know and love is a relatively recent development. It’s a testament to the fascinating interplay between science, agriculture, and our […]

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Isn’t all sweet corn the same?

April 3, 2024

This is a comment I hear quite often, but workers in the sweet corn industry will tell you that there are many differences between sweet corn varieties. To the lay-person, these differences probably seem inconsequential, but to a sweet corn […]

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