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Gov. Newsom Vetos AB 616 (Card Check)

California Fresh Fruit Association Applauds the Veto of AB 616   The California Fresh Fruit Association (CFFA) would like to...
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Gov. Newsom Vetos AB 616 (Card Check)

Want Better Heart Health? Consume Walnuts!

Effects of Walnut Consumption for 2 Years on Blood Lipids and Lipoprotein Subclasses Among Healthy Elders   By:  Rajaram S,...
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Want Better Heart Health? Consume Walnuts!

Raw Milk Recall!

  CDFA ANNOUNCES RECALL OF RAW COW MILK PRODUCED AT VALLEY MILK SIMPLY BOTTLED OF STANISLAUS COUNTY   Raw cow...
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Raw Milk Recall!

California Grapes Get Air Time

On the Air with California Grapes Radio commercials for California grapes created with major influencers are live and on the...
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California Grapes Get Air Time

Walnuts in Plant Based Diets

Walnuts Are Part of Plant Based Eating   By Patrick Cavanaugh, Editor   The California Walnut Board & Commission are...
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Walnuts in Plant Based Diets

LearnAboutAg Classroom Conference 2021

Save the Date for the Virtual 2021 California Agriculture in the Classroom Conference, September 24-25, 2021 REGISTER NOW Program at...
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LearnAboutAg Classroom Conference 2021

State Allocates $15 Million for Pollinators

Villapudua Leads Critical Investment Opportunity for Agriculture Community California Assemblymember Carlos Villapudua (D-Stockton) celebrated the Assembly’s approval of $15 million...
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State Allocates $15 Million for Pollinators

Coating Crops For Protection

Crop Enhancement Developing Crop Camouflage   By Tim Hammerich with the Ag Information Network    With increased consumer and regulatory...
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Coating Crops For Protection

Elaine Trevino is Tapped as U.S. Chief Agricultural Negotiator for the United States

Almond Alliance President Elaine Trevino Nominated as U.S. Chief Agricultural Negotiator  Almond Alliance of California President Elaine Trevino has been...
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Elaine Trevino is Tapped as U.S. Chief Agricultural Negotiator for the United States

Open Ag Burning To Phase Out

Open Ag Burning to Phase Out 2025   By Mike Stephens with the Ag Information Network   New requirements have...
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Open Ag Burning To Phase Out

South of Delta Water Deliveries Not Hopeful

  More Conveyance Needed for Ag Water   By Patrick Cavanaugh with the Ag Information Network   What's the future...
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South of Delta Water Deliveries Not Hopeful

Trade Offs for Sustainability

Sustainability is All About Trade Offs By Tim Hammerich, with the Ag Information Network There is often misunderstanding and disagreement...
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Trade Offs for Sustainability

Ag-Tech Needs to Collaborate

Agtech Companies Need to Integrate and Collaborate By Tim Hammerich with the Ag Information Network  As technology for the farm...
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Ag-Tech Needs to Collaborate

Meat Costs Increase

USDA Forecast: Higher Prices For All Meat Categories   By David Sparks with the Ag Information Network   USDA is...
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Meat Costs Increase

Field Bindweed And Tomatoes

Field Bindweed Yield Impacts on Processing Tomatoes May be Less Than Expected By Scott Stoddard,  County Director and UCANR Farm...
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Field Bindweed And Tomatoes

Robotics vs Machinery

  Robotics Companies Trying To Go Mainstream on Farms   By Tim Hammerich, with the Ag Information Network Robotics companies...
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Robotics vs Machinery

Industry Calls for Governor to Veto Card Check (AB 616)

  California Fresh Fruit Association Calls on Gov. Newsom to Veto AB 616 On August 26, the California State Senate...
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Industry Calls for Governor to Veto Card Check (AB 616)

Goats Welcomed Young Students

‘I wish this was my school’: Young Students Get Hands-on at Elkus Ranch By Pam Kan-Rice UCANR  Assistant Director, News...
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Goats Welcomed Young Students

Farm Employees Must Be Protected from Wildfire Smoke

  Cal/OSHA Reminds Employers of Wildfire Smoke Standards to Protect Workers By Jason Resnick, Western Growers Sr. Vice President and...
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Farm Employees Must Be Protected from Wildfire Smoke

Drought Causes Cattle Sell 0ff

Drought Forces Ranchers to Make Tough Decisions about Selling Cattle   By Russell Nemetz with the Ag Information Network  ...
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Farm Employees Must Be Protected from Wildfire Smoke
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Farm Employees Must Be Protected from Wildfire Smoke

  Cal/OSHA Reminds Employers of Wildfire Smoke Standards to Protect Workers By Jason Resnick, Western Growers Sr. Vice President and...
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Drought Forces Ranchers to Make Tough Decisions about Selling Cattle   By Russell Nemetz with the Ag Information Network  ...
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California Plums Granted Access Into Japan
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California Plums Granted Access Into Japan

California Plums Granted Access to Japan
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WAPA Joins A Call for Action On Water
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WAPA Joins A Call for Action On Water

Western Ag Processor's Assocation's Roger Isom Speaks Up   Association President/CEO Roger A. Isom spoke today at a press conference at...
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Benefits of Gene Editing in Produce
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Benefits of Gene Editing in Produce

Gene Editing in Produce Could Help Solve Food Shortages By Tim Hammerich with the Ag Information Network    Throughout the...
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Record Beef Demand
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Record Beef Demand

CattleFax Forecasts Record Beef Demand; Prospects for Tighter Supplies By Russell Nemetz with the Ag Information Network  The beef cattle...
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Composting Helps Soils, and Reduce Irrigation Needs
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Composting Helps Soils, and Reduce Irrigation Needs

Compost for Climate Resilient Salinas Valley   Climate change is not a future threat to the Central Coast region. The...
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Drought Resources for Ranchers
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Drought Resources for Ranchers

Thinking Long-Term During Droughts By Tim Hammerich with the Ag Information Network   Rangeland livestock producers in California are some...
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2021 CALIFORNIA FIG HARVEST UNDERWAY
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2021 CALIFORNIA FIG HARVEST UNDERWAY

Demand for California Figs Continues to Rise According to the California Fresh Fig Growers Association, California's Fresh Fig season started...
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