California Ag Today
The dramatic shift between drought and floods was notable for western producers this year. Drew Lerner, Senior Agricultural Meteorologist at World Weather Inc., indicates that the narrative for 2023 traces back three years.
The Agribusiness Update
As California’s weather swings from droughts to floods, farmers remain confident with the water supply in state reservoirs well above the historical average, and an Economic Research Service report shows the full impact of African Swine Fever in China.
Line on Agriculture
Texas A&M Assistant Professor Lina Bernoala also serves as the Vice President of the Entomological Society of America. Her research focuses on the primary pests of rice.
Fruit Grower Report
Mary Kay Thatcher, Senior Manager of Government Relations at Syngenta, is one of those who believe the Farm Bill Extension is just kicking the can down the road ... and is not overly optimistic it will get done in an election year.