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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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Diseases of Sweet Corn – Understanding and Managing Common Rust of Sweet Corn 

February 16, 2024

Key points:  Overview and Geographic Distribution  Common Rust, as the name implies, is a common fungal disease of sweet corn in most temperate growing regions around the world.1 The Midwestern and Northeastern parts of the U.S. experience common rust to […]

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The Fascinating World of Beet Rings

February 5, 2024

Have you ever cut open a beet and noticed a colorful pattern? Whether you appreciate the variety in color or prefer a completely uniform profile, there’s an interesting explanation for why we find concentric rings or other patterns inside our […]

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