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Indoor Heat Regs: A Solution to a Problem?

April 21, 2017

New Regs Target Indoor Heat Illness Prevention By Patrick Cavanaugh, Farm News Director Many

Getting Past Carrot Disease Pressure

April 4, 2017

Carrot Growers Hindered by Rain Over Winter and Spring By Patrick Cavanaugh, Farm News

Innovative Biomass Conversion to Help Ag

March 29, 2017

New Biomass Conversion Idea Could Help Ag Industry By Patrick Cavanaugh, Farm News Editor A new

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GMOs Are Part of Nature’s Technology

March 23, 2017

Lowell Catlett On Ag, Part Two GMOs Are an Ancient Technology By Jessica Theisman, Associate

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A Great Time to Be in Agriculture

March 22, 2017

Lowell Catlett On Ag, Part One Agriculture Is Primed to Provide Different Food to Masses By

Saving Fish May Have Caused Oroville Disaster

March 21, 2017

Were Fish Cause of Oroville Dam Disaster? By Jessica Theisman: Associate Editor Reportedly, an

AgJobs4U Connects Employees and Ag Businesses

March 16, 2017

AgJobs4U.com Helps Workers and Farmers By Brian German, Associate Broadcaster Two years ago,

Pyrethroid Review Deadline Nearing

February 27, 2017

Pyrethroid Review Commenting Deadline is March 31 By Patrick Cavanaugh, Farm News

Land-Based Learning Gets Donation

February 20, 2017

Donation to Center for Land-Based Learning Supports Next Generation of Local Farmers  Raley’s

California Cattlemen Challenge Illegal Listing of Grey Wolf

February 7, 2017

Ranchers Fighting to Protect Livestock By: Jessica Theisman, Associate Editor On January 31,

FSMA Requirements Must Be Addressed

February 1, 2017

FSMA Requirements Must be Understood and Documented By Patrick Cavanaugh, Farm News

Ag Unite Works to Bridge Gap with Consumers

January 29, 2017

Ag Unite Program Brings Industry Together By Jessica Theisman, Associate Editor   The

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Uniqueness of California Wheat Industry

January 22, 2017

California Wheat Growers Farm Every Class of Wheat By Brian German, Associate Broadcaster Wheat

Water Board Plan Would Devastate Farmers

January 20, 2017

Bay-Delta Water Quality Control Plan Could Devastate Farmers   By Brian German, Associate

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Cherry Industry Hoping for Better Year

January 12, 2017

Cherry Growers Face Challenges in California By Jessica Theisman, Associate

Fall Walnut Orchard Free of Excess Boron

Boron Affects Rootstocks

January 5, 2017

Excess Boron Threatens Orchards By Brian German, Associate Broadcaster There has been some

CDFA Supports Ag Education

January 4, 2017

CDFA Awards more than $250,000 to support Ag Education Today, the California Department of Food

Almond Board’s Sustainability Program Gets Even Better

January 3, 2017

Almond Board Program Streamlined By Jessica Theisman, Associate Editor The Almond Board has set a

CalAgJobs: Big industry Needs

December 31, 2016

CalAgJobs Connects Job Seekers By Brian German, Associate Broadcaster The men and women in the

Farm Advisor Culumber is in Awe

December 27, 2016

Catherine Culumber is Impressed by Big Production By Patrick Cavanaugh, Farm News