In This Issue
With a few years of experience with more is understood about little cherry disease, however, few unknowns remain.
A new administration brings uncertainty, but change could be coming. Until then, here’s what you can do.
When addressing the topic of ag labor, don’t ignore the ancillary benefits each agriculture job supports.
While HLB wreaked havoc elsewhere, the California citrus industry came together and formed an action plan.
After several years of drought conditions, increased water salinity, and a wet winter, your nut orchard may be more susceptible to root rot than you think.
Nutrient management and crop quality clearly go hand in hand. But not always in the ways you might think. In …
While low-chill varieties in Southern states may have experienced freeze damage for the second year in a row, giving those plants extra care will help ensure a good start to the 2018 growing season.
Growing conditions in the East are breeding grounds for pathogens, and coupled with highly susceptible Vitis vinifera cultivars proves to make sustainable grape growing practices a challenge.
The popular short-form presentations address the future of food production.
The eventual spread of Huanglongbing (HLB), or citrus greening, to commercial groves in California seems inevitable. But the devastation seen …