Almond Acreage Drops But Rains, Trade Boost Hopes May 12, 2023

    🕔May 12, 2023
    Citing California’s improved water supply and increased almond shipments in early 2023, growers and almond sector leaders say the outlook has improved for the state’s No. 3 crop, valued at […]

    BREAKING: Supreme Court Backs California Prop 12 May 12, 2023

    🕔May 12, 2023
    The U.S. Supreme Court upheld California’s new humane-pork law, rejecting an industry challenge in a ruling strengthening the power of states to impose rules that have a broad economic impact […]

    California avocado growers expecting a slightly smaller yield, with larger fruit sizing Mar 24, 2023

    🕔Mar 24, 2023
    California farmers first planted avocados in 1856, lagging behind Florida, yet the Golden State now accounts for about 90% of production in the U.S. Among the hundreds of avocado varieties […]

    Reeling from another round of storms, California growers fight to recover farmland from flooding Mar 23, 2023

    🕔Mar 23, 2023
    California residents, farmers and ranchers have endured two intense storm systems in recent months that brought significant rainfall, snow and flooding to many areas. Storm-ravaged Californians are now bracing for […]

    EPA Announces 100th WIFIA Loan, Investing $115 Million to Improve Resilience to Extreme Weather in Santa Clara County, California Feb 23, 2023

    🕔Feb 23, 2023
    WASHINGTON (Feb. 23, 2023) – Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced two Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) loans totaling $115 million to Santa Clara Valley Water District […]

    What The Recent Storms in California Mean for Agriculture Jan 13, 2023

    🕔Jan 13, 2023
    SACRAMENTO, CA – With the widely reported series of storms in California, it is important to keep in mind the fundamentals that will drive the ultimate impacts on agriculture when […]

    How An MSU Alum Is Helping California Navigate Its Water Crisis Dec 23, 2022

    🕔Dec 23, 2022
    Under normal circumstances, feeding a nation and supplying 40 million people with water is challenging enough, but California is currently in one of the longest and most severe droughts in […]

    Low Waters on Mississippi River Creates “Logjam,” as Bird Flu Spreads in California Oct 6, 2022

    🕔Oct 6, 2022
    Bloomberg writers Michael Hirtzer, Elizabeth Elkin, and Joe Deaux reported yesterday that, “A logjam of more than 100 ships, tugboats and their convoys of barges in the shrinking Mississippi River is threatening to grind trade […]

    California Almonds: Management Practices for Improved Water Capture Oct 5, 2022

    🕔Oct 5, 2022
    UC researchers are conducting trials observing soil water dynamics for improved water use efficiency and conservation in orchard crops. In the middle of a drought, there are several management practices […]

    California Walnuts: In-Season-& Post-Harvest Management of Navel Orangeworm Sep 25, 2022

    🕔Sep 25, 2022
    1. In-season NOW Management Navel orangeworm is a pest remaining on most nut growers’ and pest control advisors’ minds regardless of the time of the year. There is always room […]


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