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Mexico: Berry association says industry not affected by U.S. border delays

Aneberries says the industry has not been negatively affected by the delays crossing the U.S. border over the last couple of weeks, despite local media reports that sales had been significantly impacted.
April 18 , 2019

U.S.: Western Growers' new directory to serve as marketplace for agtech startups

The interactive directory aims to connect growers with agtech start-ups, allow these start-ups to reach potential investors, and provide useful data to the public.
April 18 , 2019

Japan: Pair of premium mangoes sell for record US$4,500

The mangoes, called Taiyo no Tamago (Egg of the Sun), fetched the sum in the season’s first auction at a local wholesale market earlier this month.
April 18 , 2019

U.S.: Dole inks deal for executive office in uptown Charlotte

The agricultural company has reportedly signed a lease for 15,265 square feet at 200 South Tryon, taking the full sixth floor and half of the seventh
April 17 , 2019

Australian Table Grape Association to hold field days in support of spray rig advances

Inspired by a local grower's invention, the field days will give farmers the opportunity to share spray rig advances and gain insight into cost-effective designs.
April 17 , 2019
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