Gallo will contribute $1 million to fire recovery effort and will match employee donations two-for-one.
Conference will be held October Oct. 29 – 30 in Stockton, CA.
Ask any winegrape grower to describe the grape harvest in Sonoma County and you typically hear “harvest time […]
Like many other Golden State growers, olive farmers benefitted from a wet winter, but concerns remain over recent hot weather.
USDA recognizes that soil diseases are Enemy No. 1 for California strawberry growers.
California offers farmers grants to improve soil health; new program is funded by cap-and-trade auction revenue.
The supplemental label for Valent’s Chateau herbicide is particularly welcome for California growers of bearing citrus fruit, as it’s a new use.
Easy-to-read format designed to give growers up-to-date information on huanglongbing and Asian citrus psyllid research.
Governor approves Pierce’s Disease Control Program money for the first time since 2011.
After the disastrous 2016 bloom, a more normal crop this year has the prune industry back on track.
Lemon industry files suit against rule allowing importation of Argentine lemons.
EPA, California officials grant Semios approval of pheromone pest control solution for widespread citrus problem.
Gorden, who previously served as chief of the California organization, was a partner in the first independent citrus pest management consulting company in the San Joaquin Valley.
Nearly 200,000 people evacuated below nation’s tallest dam; even growers have had enough for now.
Prices were up 12%, and red wine grapes continue to gain on white wine grapes in popularity, though ‘Chardonnay’ remained king.
The January 3 measurement was disheartening, but a big, fat blanket of snow fell during the following week, and the state’s biggest reservoirs have levels well above average.
Senate overwhelmingly approves bill authorizing water projects across the U.S.