The Agribusiness Update
Land & Livestock Report
Artificial Intelligence to Minimize Harvest Loss
NILE Foundation Continues Awarding Scholarships to Youth in Agriculture
David Sparks Ph.D.
California Tree Nut ReportJim Adaskaveg
California Ag TodayBloomfield Robotics allows vineyard managers to take pictures of individual vines while driving at speeds up to 40 mph.
California Ag TodayWhat causes bloom timing in orchards? The topic has been studied extensively but still there is a lot we don’t know.
California Tree Nut ReportCraig Wylie, Almond and Pistachio Grower
Fruit BitesFruit Bites April 14-16 Apples & Cherries
Fruit BitesFruit Bites with Valent's Allison Walston and the Ag Information Network's Bob Larson.
California Tree Nut ReportMel Machado, Director of Member Relations, Blue Diamond Growers
The Agribusiness UpdateCalifornia almond growers bringing in 600,000 more bee hives for pollination, and farmer optimism continues to grow.
Fruit Grower ReportLast winter's late snow did a number of Washington apricot production this year.
Fruit Grower ReportNorthwest cherry crop behind schedule, but looking good.
Fruit Grower ReportSpring is thinning season in PNW orchards.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWashington hop growers enjoy another successful harvest season.
Fruit Grower ReportThe cherry trees are in full bloom but what does that mean?
Northwest ReportTime to get signed up for ARC or PLC...and you need to be aware of toxic algae blooms and how they can affect your livestock.
Fruit Grower ReportAt the moment this looks to be a very good year for NW cherries.
Northwest ReportA new conference looking at wood based biofuels gets underway next week in Seattle...it's time for ticks...and Lacy has another look at the banning of chocolate milk.