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Witness reports vineyards can’t serve as fire breaks, as strong winds push embers miles ahead.
The nation’s second- largest wine producing state in the U.S. has grown leaps and bounds since the turn of the millennium.
Invasive pest, first found in the U.S. five years ago, is a threat to become widely established in fruit and nut crops.
Most growers don’t think of their variety selection in terms of how it affects their payroll, but that’s changing, as was abundantly clear at this year’s California seed trials.
Gerawan Farming and Wawona Packing combine forces in major deal. See what it means for both companies, clients, and employees.
Find out which industry veteran is taking the reins of the organization after nearly a year-long search to fill the position.
There is a lot of technology coming to growers, but it’s up to you to get real solutions to your specific problems.
California Fresh Fruit Association has a new leader, and he’s decidedly not shy about sharing the industry’s concerns.
One knock to using beneficial bugs to control plant pests is the manpower to disperse them in the field — but modern tech may provide a solution.
The Golden State’s farming sector isn’t appreciated enough for all that it is – and isn’t.
John and Bill Borton are making good use of all their available land and business resources, aiming well beyond just growing fruit.
Besides labor-saving advantages, interested growers will have choices ranging from the traditional purchase option to something closer to an Uber model.