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Category: Agribusiness

Seguro Médico para Agricultores y Trabajadores Agrícolas

Farmworkers harvesting food crop in Martin County.

Este artículo analiza algunas de las razones por las que los agricultores y los trabajadores agrícolas podrían beneficiarse especialmente de las oportunidades de obtener cobertura de seguro médico. Hasta el 15 de mayo de 2021,… Read More

Health Insurance for Farmers and Farmworkers

Farmworkers harvesting food crop in Martin County.

This article discusses some of the reasons why farmers and farmworkers could especially benefit from opportunities to obtain health insurance coverage. Through May 15, 2021, health insurance is available through the Affordable Care Act special… Read More

Medical Insurance Available Through May 15, 2021

Cut-outs of a family, with hearts and a stethoscope for an article about enrolling for Affordable Care Act health insurance.

If you don’t have health insurance or want to change your insurance coverage, read on for more information. What is the Affordable Care Act? Also known “Obamacare”, the Affordable Care Act (ACA), aims to make… Read More

Seguro Médico Disponible Hasta Mayo 15, 2021

Cut-outs of a family, with hearts and a stethoscope for an article about enrolling for Affordable Care Act health insurance.

Si no tiene seguro médico o desea cambiarlo, lea para obtener más información. ¿Qué es la Ley del Cuidado de Salud a Bajo Precio? También conocida como “Obamacare”, La Ley del Cuidado de Salud a… Read More

Hiring a Pesticide/Herbicide or Fertilizer Applicator: Choose Licensed

Florida-Friendly Landscape maintained by licensed landscape professionals. Pesticide and fertilizer applicators must be licensed.

Why Choose Licensed? Did you know that the person you hire to apply fertilizers or pesticides (including herbicides) must be licensed in the state of Florida? Pesticide and fertilizer applicators must be licensed. Per Chapter… Read More

Martin County Producers and Tropical Storm Eta

potted plants at one Martin County nursery sit in flood waters from Tropical Storm Eta

Farmers, ranchers, nursery growers, and other agribusinesses face difficult challenges in keeping their operations profitable, especially through hazardous weather events. UF/IFAS Extension offers resources for agribusinesses in reporting damage, recovering, and preparing for the future…. Read More

Resources for Storm Recovery

photos of storm damage to nurseries and farms & title "Tropical Storm Eta"

Tropical Storm Eta added to the heavy rainfall our area has experienced recently, worsening flooding and causing some wind damage in many parts of Martin County.  Nursery and vegetable growers are facing potential losses of… Read More

Using CFAP2 Funding in Marketing to Local Consumers

cluster of tomatoes on the vine

This article shares information on the 2nd iteration of CFAP funding and ways growers can use the funds in marketing their products to local consumers.  Marketing recommendations are based on a focus group study conducted… Read More

COVID-19 Testing for Agribusinesses In and Around Martin County

person getting tested for COVID-19 during drive-up testing

With the fall vegetable growing season starting and agricultural professionals returning to prepare fields and plant as the pandemic continues, many agribusinesses are seeking COVID-19 testing for employers and employees.  Currently, Martin County offers testing… Read More

Cost-Share & Technical Resources for Agribusinesses: Extension, FSA, and NRCS

cross-fencing in a pasture

UF/IFAS Extension and partner agencies, such as the USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) and Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), offer cost-share and technical resources for agribusinesses.  Here are some highlights of available resources, which were… Read More