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Almond Growers And This Severe Drought
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California Ag TodayFoundational research for that initiative is happening in California to look at feed production and manure management.
California Tree Nut Report
California Ag TodayGet your free copy of the “Burrowing Rodents” guide on the UCANR website.
California Ag TodayThe results are showing promise to control some soilborne diseases via drip fumigation.
California Ag TodayOur agricultural research and extension programs truly set us apart from most of the other countries around the world.
California Ag TodaySiobhan Brady and a team of researchers at UC Davis have been working on creating a molecular atlas of tomato roots.
California Ag TodayUCCE Specialist Ellen Bruno says groundwater price sensitivity will vary based on a number of factors.
California Ag TodayA study by the UCCE indicates that higher prices will not be an effective tool to reduce groundwater pumping.
California Ag TodayMore rain instead of snow is much more difficult for water managers to plan for.
California Ag TodayWhile drought is not new to California, changing temperatures are making it more difficult to manage.
California Ag TodayUCANR's Mallika Nocco, Sam Sandoval, and Faith Kearns host a podcast to discuss California water issues.
California Ag TodayFaith Kearns provides a guide on how to communicate science in a way that not just informs, but connects.
California Ag TodayUCCE is recommending different approaches depending on whether or not growers have access to water in this dry year.