The California Association of Winegrape Growers (CAWG) has elected five new officers and three new members to its […]
It’s a stellar vintage for California vintners and growers. The 2015 season produced an earlier, lighter crop than […]
While it’s still too soon to declare complete eradication, no European Grapevine Moths (EGVM) have been found in […]
The Almond Board of California and Sustainable Conservation, an organization that helps growers and other businesses protect the […]
This pest, known to spread Pierce’s Disease, could devastate California winegrapes.
Registration and housing slated for industry’s biggest event to open Oct. 28, and the hotel rooms go fast.
It’s not for everyone, but with the concerns about water in the West, here are some key concepts and lessons learned from California growers you may want to consider.
This naturally produced material means you can ‘color up’ more of your table grapes — and still ship them overseas.
A Fresno, CA, survey shows many growers don’t use delayed pruning or pruning-wound protectants.
Farming is all about timing. Some of the things we need to do are time-flexible like pruning, while […]