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Karen Ross on Ag Innovation

CDFA Secretary Karen Ross on Ag Innovation   The next big thing is always right around the Read More
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The Peril of Smoke Taint on Winegrapes

Wildfires Threaten Smoke Taint on Winegrapes By Charmayne Hefley, Associate Editor There are Read More
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No-tillage Grows in California

The list of crops that have been successfully grown using no-tillage in California continues to Read More
Rachel Martin

Super PAC Needed to Save Forests, Wildlife, Ag,

Rachel Martin on Need for Super PAC to Save Forests, Wildlife, Ag By Charmayne Hefley, Associate Read More
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Crop Diversification at Terranova Ranch

Crop Diversification at Terranova Ranch Provides Stability By Patrick Cavanaugh, Deputy Read More
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My Job Depends on Ag Update

My Job Depends on Ag Update By Charmayne Hefley, Associate Editor The “My Job Depends on Ag” Read More
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2014 Fresno County Crop Report Sets Record

2014 Fresno County Crop Report Sets Record Production -- $7 billion+ Les Wright, Agricultural Read More
Kyle Olguin and Sarah Weber

Chew on This Tour

Kyle Olguin and Sarah Weber on Chew On This Tour   By Charmayne Hefley, Associate Read More
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Trinity Reservoir Releases Water

U.S. Bureau of Reclamation Releases Shared Water From Trinity Reservoir Despite Making Claims Of Read More
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New Medfly Quarantine

A portion of San Diego County was placed under Medfly quarantine earlier this week following the Read More
Scott Steinmaus Cal Poly San Luis Opispo

A Thought on Sustainability

Scott Steinmaus on Getting the Sustainability Message Out By Charmayne Hefley, Producer and Read More
Passion Fruit Farms

Gladwin's Final Year As A Farmer

Tonetta Simone Gladwin on Final Year as a Farmer As the fourth-year drought continues, some Read More
UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences

2015 Drought Costs Ag Nearly Two Billion!

DROUGHT COSTS CALIFORNIA AGRICULTURE $1.84B AND 10,100 JOBS IN 2015 The drought is tightening its Read More
Don Cameron

Drip Irrigation is King During Drought

Terranova Ranch Surviving the Drought: Drip Irrigation By Patrick Cavanaugh, Deputy Editor As Read More
ALRB

ALRB Pushes Worksite Access

ALRB Pushes Worksite Access in Upcoming Public Hearings By Laurie Greene, Read More
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Appellations Beyond Napa . . .

Grower Andy Beckstoffer on Lake and Mendocino County Appellations By Charmayne Hefly, Associate Read More
Friant Dam

Big Water Rally at Grizzlies Stadium Aug. 21

Water Rally August 21 to Fill Grizzlies Stadium for #moreDAMstorage Valley Ag Retailer gives away Read More
Guy Kyser UC Davis Department of Plant Sciences

Bountiful Plant Transpiration

Guy Kyser on Plant Transpiration, Phytoremediation By Patrick Cavanaugh, Deputy Editor When Read More
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SCOTUS Raisin Reserve Decision

Grower Reflects on SCOTUS Raisin Reserve Decision By Charmayne Hefley, Associate Read More
Jose Gomez Carrasco

European Farmland Under Pressure

European Farmland under Pressure Due to Regulation and Diversion By Laurie Greene, Read More