California Walnuts: Genome Deciphering – Better Varieties Coming? Mar 26, 2019

    🕔Mar 26, 2019
    California produces 99 percent of the walnuts grown in the United States. New research could provide a major boost to the state’s growing $1.6 billion walnut industry by making it […]

    USDA Funding: $66Mln Allocated to Protect Against Plant Pest, Disease Feb 17, 2019

    🕔Feb 17, 2019
    USDA has allocated $66 million to support 407 projects that will strengthen the nation’s infrastructure for pest detection and surveillance, identification, threat mitigation, and safeguard the nursery production system.  Funding is provided […]

    Farming: Weather is Leading Cause of U.S. Crop Loss – How Do You Assess the Risk? Jan 25, 2019

    🕔Jan 25, 2019
    Agricultural policy analysis can be improved with a systematic approach to assessing relative risks for agricultural production. For example, the climate variables used to predict agricultural production outcomes are often […]

    Texas: Gulf Coast Grape Grower Field Day, Cat Spring, Feb. 1 Jan 11, 2019

    🕔Jan 11, 2019
    The 27th Annual Gulf Coast Grape Grower Field Day takes place on Feb. 1 at the Cat Spring Agricultural Society Hall, 13035 Hall Road, Cat Spring. Registration opens at 8:30 […]

    Indiana: Wine Grape Growers Beat the Odds Nov 1, 2018

    🕔Nov 1, 2018
    Indiana experienced a cold winter and rainy ripening period, conditions historically suboptimal for grape growers. Despite this, Bruce Bordelon, professor of horticulture, grape and small fruits Extension expert and member of […]

    Texas: Prospective Wine-Grape Growers Workshop, Eddy, Sept. 14 Aug 15, 2018

    🕔Aug 15, 2018
    Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service viticulture and enology experts will conduct a workshop Sept. 14 for prospective wine-grape growers and those interested in learning more about the wine industry. The […]

    Texas Field Reports: Wine Grape Yields Down, Good Quality Expected Aug 7, 2018

    🕔Aug 7, 2018
    Wine grape growers around the state experienced challenging conditions, but the 2018 season was expected to produce high-quality fruit, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts. Michael Cook, AgriLife […]

    Georgia Field Reports: Increasing Disease Pressure, Delayed Harvest Aug 7, 2018

    🕔Aug 7, 2018
    Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending August 5, 2018. County Comments Nathan Eason, White County Continued rains have made it difficult to begin getting in corn fields to […]

    Texas: Viticulture Short Course, Bryan, June 4-5 May 11, 2018

    🕔May 11, 2018
    A two-day Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service advanced viticulture short course is scheduled June 4-5 in Bryan. The course is $150 per person, which includes catered lunches, beverages and a […]

    Texas Field Reports: Grape Expectations Ripe for 2018 Apr 24, 2018

    🕔Apr 24, 2018
    According to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts, vineyard owners and wineries in Texas have reason to be in good spirits this spring — in spite of some challenges in […]


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