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Is it Salt Damage or Almond Leaf Scorch

August 3, 2020

Salt Damage and Almond Leaf Scorch Look Similar By Patrick Cavanaugh Franz Niederholzer is a

Cattle-on-I5

UCCE advisor’s Breadth of Experience and Education Support Ranchers’ Economic Viability

July 30, 2020

By Jeannette Warnert, UCANR Communications Specialist Livestock and natural

Dairy Civil War

A Decisive Victory for Small Dairy Farms in California

July 29, 2020

“This ruling ends a cynical back door attempt to

Farmworkers

Farmworker Pandemic Safety Campaign Launched

July 29, 2020

  Foundation Encourages Farmworkers to Keep Themselves and Their Families Safe During the

Dried Plums Prunes

Prune Growers Have Tough Season Economically

July 28, 2020

California Prune Growers Suffer Economically California prune growers forced economically to make

Research on Citrus Greening Disease Control

July 24, 2020

Progress is Being Made on Controlling Citrus Greening By Tim Hammerich with the Ag Information

UC Davis Doctoral Student Alexandria Igwe Lands Postdoctoral Fellowship

July 23, 2020

  Alexadria Igwe Will Work on Soil Microbial Communities UC Davis doctoral student

USDA, USTR Name New Agricultural Trade Advisors

July 17, 2020

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue and U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer

Heat Illness Prevention During These Hot Summer Days

July 17, 2020

By Markie Hageman Co-Editor It's extremely important for farm employees to know how to prevent

“Dirty Dozen” List Coverage Drops to All-Time Low

July 15, 2020

From: SafefruitsandVeggies.com The authors of the so-called “Dirty Dozen” list made a

Additional Commodities Eligible for Coronavirus Food Assistance Program

July 14, 2020

Good For California Producers of Many Specialty Crops! On Tuesday, U.S. Secretary of

Center For Land-Based Learning Receives $15,000 From CLA Foundation

July 14, 2020

Donation to support general operations for the Center for Land-Based Learning The Center for

dairy cows

Genomic Testing for Healthier Dairy Herds

July 10, 2020

By Tim Hammerich with the Ag Information Network Dairy health is of the utmost importance

Huanglongbing

Promising Research on the Battle Against Huanglongbing in Citrus

July 10, 2020

From Marcy Martin, President of Citrus Board We would like to share with you the status of

Virulent Newcastle Disease Eradication

July 9, 2020

By Tim Hammerich, with the Ag Information Network of The West Some good news on the topic

Should Farmers Meter Their Pumps Now– in Terms of SGMA?

July 7, 2020

By Patrick Cavanaugh, Editor With the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) closing in

CAL-OSHA Dairy Compliance Assistance Visits During Holiday Weekend

July 7, 2020

Over the holiday weekend, staff at Western United Dairies had been alerted by our members and CMAB

Farmers Need to Serve on Water District Boards

July 7, 2020

  It's a Good Idea That Farmers Serve on Boards of Water Districts By Patrick Cavanaugh, with

Water in Friant-Kern Canal

McCarthy Applauds Final Feasibility Report on Repairs to the Friant-Kern Canal

July 6, 2020

On Monday, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation sent Congress the final Feasibility Report under

dairy cows

CDFA Seeks Proposals for Alternatives in Manure Management

July 6, 2020

The California Department of Food and Agriculture’s Office of Environmental Farming and