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Fruit Grower Report
California Tree Nut Report
Artificial Intelligence to Minimize Harvest Loss
Farm Bureau Establishes 2021 Policies
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportIn spite of the challenges, hop growers are harvesting their crops for the 2020 season.
Fruit Grower ReportAs tree fruit harvest ramps up, tree fruit growers want you to know they're taking the health and safety of their workers very seriously.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWashington Farm Bureau Director of Safety and Claims, Richard Clyne talks about what farmers are doing to keep their workforce healthy and safe.
California Ag TodayCOVID-19 cases continue to rise, but employers take precautions to keep the food system resilient.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWashington Policy Center's Pam Lewison talks with about the pandemic and how the food production industry soldiers on.
The Agribusiness UpdateUSDA releases new "red spinach," and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program participation down.
The Agribusiness UpdateHope comes in relief bill for Florida citrus growers and industry hit by HLB and Hurricane Irma, and Ag Truckers looking for exemption from Electronic Logging Device mandate.
Fruit Grower ReportAn early spring will mean earlier and more spraying.
Food ForethoughtThe "better safe than sorry" approach to policymaking is an often controversial risk management strategy.
Line on AgricultureSpring has arrived and everyone is emerging from inside their homes to do yard and garden work. That often means using pesticides, which requires care and caution.