In This Issue
While tree availability has been a challenge, you may find other options give you a similar result.
The early returns on this trial block — planted with dwarfing rootstock — are impressive, but time will tell.
John Duarte says he simply plowed his land, where the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers say it’s a violation of the Clean Water Act.
We all complain about wasted tax dollars — and rightly so — but a little applause, please, for the eradication of a feared pest.
This isn’t just an “on” year for the biennial bearing crop, it’s a limb-buster.
Armed with a $3.7 million grant, North Carolina State University researchers have the brown marmorated stink bug, which has been found in 43 states, in their cross hairs.
Using some of the experts and information available can help you avoid problems in the berry patch.
Early and sustained yields can be achieved with upright fruiting offshoots system.
Air blast sprayers can lay leaves flat, allowing for little chemical contact.
Consumers may want the latest and greatest varieties, but don’t forget there are some consumers – like me – who enjoy traditional varieties you may be considering ripping out.
The newest University of California Cooperative Extension nut crop advisor, Mae Culumber, is based in Fresno County. Culumber has a PhD in …
Blood may be thicker than water, but also it could put business interests in the red, if you let it.
Longtime industry veteran, former University of California Cooperative Extension Farm Advisor Joe Grant, takes the reins as Director of Research for the California Walnut Board.