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The Agribusiness UpdateNew vaccine for African Swine Fever proving effective, and California orchards need labor for pruning season.
California Ag TodayFieldin helps specialty crop growers leverage real-time data to manage and optimize their operations.
California Ag TodayJosette Lewis, Director of Agricultural Affairs for the Almond Board, is focused on increasing water efficiency to get more crop for the drop.
California Ag TodayCalifornia Department of Food and Agriculture includes whole orchard recycling program in their healthy soils incentive program.
California Ag TodayThe Almond Board of California announced investment of $5.9 million in 85 independent research projects, including efforts to control Naval Orangeworm.
Fruit Grower ReportWashington State Senator Brad Hawkins is sponsoring a bill to add the apple industry to the list of specialty license plates.
California Tree Nut ReportFranz Neiderholzer is a UCANR Farm Advisor in Colusa, and Sutter-Yuba Counties
Fruit Grower ReportLadybugs from Northwest Beneficials can help tree fruit growers fight some common pests.
The Agribusiness UpdateAg Secretary Sonny Perdue says U.S. Farm Economy still sound, and China lifts ban on U.S. poultry.
Fruit Grower ReportThe spread of little cherry disease (LCD) is something Northwest growers are watching very closely.
Fruit Grower ReportThe Washington State Tree Fruit Association has released the forecast numbers for this year's apple crop.
Fruit Grower ReportStemilt's Moon Cherries and National Chant at the Moon Day are upon us once more!
Fruit Grower ReportBrown Marmorated Stink Bug now has a natural born killer on his trail.