All About Crops

Conventional or Organic Strawberries — All Safe to Eat

May 22, 2018

Strawberry Grower Says At PPB, Anything Can be Found By Patrick Cavanaugh, Editor David Peck is a

California Citrus

New Study Reveals Economic Impact of California Citrus

May 21, 2018

Citrus Research Board Quantifies California Citrus Industry's Importance Edited by Patrick

California Apple Commission

Additional Chinese Tariff on Ag is Disruptive

May 4, 2018

Growers Concerned Over Added Tariff into China By Patrick Cavanaugh, Editor Trade to China is so


UC Davis Tea Initiative Will Include Research and Teaching

May 2, 2018

Tea Initiative is First of Its Kind By Jessica Theisman, Associate Editor Katharine Burnett is a

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Almond Industry is Strong at 1.3 Million Acres

May 1, 2018

Almond Industry’s Vision is Continued Strength By Patrick Cavanaugh, Editor The vision and the

AVIV, A New Tool for Growers

April 19, 2018

AVIV Low-Dose Biofungicide Now Available in California By Patrick Cavanaugh, Editor STK Bio-ag

Consumers Get More Information with iTrade Fresh

April 16, 2018

More Transparency On Produce Available through iTrade Fresh By Patrick Cavanaugh, Editor There

California Blueberry Growers Fit a Profitable Gap

April 12, 2018

Blueberry Production in California By Patrick Cavanaugh, Editor California blueberries are

California Coffee Brews Success

April 4, 2018

Mark Gaskell on California Coffee Crop By Laurie Greene, Founding Editor California Ag Today

Specialty Farms Grow for A Diverse Customer Base

March 23, 2018

Small Specialty Farms Specialize on Niche Crops By Jessica Theisman, Associate Editor [caption


Herbicide Limits Plantings Following Cilantro

March 21, 2018

Caparol Label Change Sought To Reduce Plant-Back Restrictions Following Cilantro By Patrick

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Helping Bees with Cover Crops Helps Orchards

March 12, 2018

Keeping Pollinating Bees in Almond Orchards By Jessica Theisman, Associate Editor California Ag

UC Estimates Costs and Returns for Growing Garbanzo Beans

March 7, 2018

By Pam Kan-Rice, UCANR The UC Agriculture and Natural Resources’ Agricultural Issues Center has

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Billy Synk Manages Seeds for Bees Program

March 5, 2018

Cover Crops and Bee Health By Jessica Theisman, Associate Editor California Ag Today recently

Grain Diseases Must Be Closely Monitored

February 27, 2018

Diseases are Always Evolving By Patrick Cavanaugh, Farm News Director Mark Lundy is a UC

Freeze Damage Could Be Wide Spread

February 26, 2018

Deep Freeze May Have Caused Significant Damage to Almonds, Tree Fruit By Patrick Cavanaugh, Farm


Offering Grapes in School Lunch Promotes Better Eating

February 14, 2018

Less Waste When Grapes Were Served By Jeff Cardinale, California Table Grape Commission Offering

ReTain Increases Yields

February 13, 2018

ReTain Now For Aerial Use in Almonds, To Extend Bloom Time By Patrick Cavanaugh, Farm News


Nationwide Promotion Will Move Pecans

February 9, 2018

American Pecan Promotion Going Well By Patrick Cavanaugh, Farm News Director The Federal

Industry Serious About Produce Safety Rule

February 8, 2018

CDFA Announces New Produce Safety Program By Scott Horsfall, CEO of Leafy Green Marketing