Fruit Grower Report
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Proposed Budget Includes Increase for UC ANR
Eye On Potatoes Podcast Pt 1
California Ag TodayGovernor Gavin Newsom released his proposed state budget this month, which includes a much needed 5% increase for the University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportFrom Russets to reds to golds, Washington potatoes continue to impress.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportDrones are becoming a more common tool in agriculture.
Fruit Grower ReportThe Hard Cider craze has led to a similar drink made from pears, and WSU fermentation expert Bri Ewing talks about Perry and her classes.
The Agribusiness UpdateUSDA says monthly crop supply and demand report will be out February 8th, and now that government employees are back to work USDA says dairy is a priority.
Fruit Grower ReportCranberry oversupply leaves growers looking at withholding 25-percent of the crop.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWSU Extension research look at soil health improvements.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportToday, October 26th, is the last day to register for the Women In Agriculture Conference to be held tomorrow in 35 Western locations.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportThe seventh annual Women in Agriculture Conference is coming next Saturday, October 27th.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportThe seventh annual Women in Agriculture Conference is October, 27th
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWashington Potato Commission's Matthew Blua talks about soil health research.
Fruit Grower ReportNorthwest cranberry growers facing a 25% withholding this year thanks to an oversupply of fruit.
Fruit Grower ReportCranberry growers face an uncertain future with no end to oversupply.
Fruit Grower ReportNorthwest Cranberry growers begin harvest and expecting a good crop.
Fruit Grower ReportNorthwest cranberry harvest looking better than last year.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportStockmanship and Stewardship event for cattle producers next month in Pasco.