Pests & Diseases

CAPCA CONFERENCE 2016 audience

CAPCA Gets to the Capitol To Work for PCAs

March 20, 2019

PCAs Are in Every Legislative District By Jessica Theisman, Associate Editor CAPCA has recently

Fresno State Student Studies Palmer Amaranth

February 25, 2019

Sami Budhathoki Finds Palmer Amaranth Can Adapt to Saline Soils By Jessica Theisman, Associate

Helpful Tips for Fighting Bindweed

February 14, 2019

Multiple Herbicides Can Help with Management By Mikenzi Meyers, Associate Editor Field bindweed

World Ag Expo

ACP Control Protocols At World Ag Expo Feb. 13

February 12, 2019

World Ag Expo Seminar: Asian Citrus Psyllid and Huanglongbing – Regulatory Compliance Update and

pests and diseases

Pests and Diseases Cause Worldwide Damage to Crops

February 11, 2019

Pests and Pathogens Place Global Burden on Major Food Crops By Pam Kan-Rice, UC Agriculture &

Greensmith APN

Greensmith APN Expanding Services

January 21, 2019

Greensmith APN Ensures the Best of Both Worlds for Biological Control By Mikenzi Meyers, Associate

spotted wilt virus

Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus Fights Back

January 18, 2019

New Strain Creates Challenges By Mikenzi Meyers, Associate Editor A new strain of the Tomato

California Fresh Fruit Association

California Fresh Fruit Association: Top Issues in 2019

January 15, 2019

Immigration and Labor Cost are Big Issues News Release The California Fresh Fruit Association

residue calculator

Curious of How Safe is Fresh Produce?

January 11, 2019

Residue Calculator Helps Public Understand How Safe Food Is News Release Recently, we have shared

methyl brmoide

Berry Industry Without Methyl Bromide

January 8, 2019

Berry Industry Must Now Work Smarter in Post Methyl Bromide Era By Patrick Cavanaugh, Editor The

pesticide residues

CDPR: 96% of Produce has No Residue Or Far Below EPA Levels

January 7, 2019

CDPR Releases New Residue Results News Release Recently, the California

Curly Top Virus Light In 2018

January 4, 2019

CDFA Surveys Predict Curly Top Vectored by Leafhoppers By Patrick Cavanaugh, Editor Curly top

produce

2017 Produce Samples Survey Show Safeness For Consumers

January 1, 2019

Tests Show Low or No Pesticide Levels in Most Fruits and Vegetables in California By Charlotte

Pest Management is Essential

December 27, 2018

The Positives of Pest Management By Mikenzi Meyers, Associate Editor There’s a case to be made

Asian citrus psyllid

Farm Bill Deal a Big Win for U.S. Citrus Growers

November 29, 2018

Agreement Provides $25 Million for ACP and HLB News Release Recently, leading farm bill

Adult Asian citrus psyllid, Huanglongbing

Preventing the Spread of ACP

November 21, 2018

Valley Citrus Growers Continue Vigilance By Jessica Theisman, Associate Editor [caption

Hybrid Peppers on the Rise

November 20, 2018

Seminis Brings Extensive Experience By Jessica Theisman, Associate Editor Before 2001, there were

Huanglongbing

No End in Sight for Stopping Huanglongbing Disease

November 14, 2018

Millions Spent to Fight Huanglongbing, with No Cure By Mikenzi Meyers, Associate Editor The

IR-4

IR-4 Program Trying to Help Florida Citrus Industry Due to HLB

November 12, 2018

IR-4 Researchers Control Material to Help Citrus Industy By Patrick Cavanaugh, Editor Jerry

E. Coli

FDA Releases Possible Factors for 2018 E. Coli Outbreaks

November 9, 2018

Leafy Greens Industry and Public Were Severely Impacted By Hank Giclas, Western Growers Sr. Vice