Nearly 700 infected trees were detected in 2018, more than double the number found in 2017, though none – yet – in commercial groves.
Endowment will provide one University of California Cooperative Extension scientist a dedicated source of money to focus on the long-term sustainability of the citrus industry.
Thousands from the Northern San Joaquin Valley expected to demonstrate at the state capitol to call attention to plan that would flood premium farmland.
Arysta LifeScience announces label expansion for fungicide to control nasty fungi such as Septoria spot in citrus, and Sclerotinia in lettuce.
Northern California company disputes the incident, which caused eight farm workers to seek medical treatment.
One U.S. industry leader says the importation is disturbing because “already notices have been received regarding fruit fly issues in Argentina. We take these seriously and expect producers in other production areas to respect that concern.”
Growers urge U.S. Senators Feinstein and Harris to support organic businesses, which employ more than 300,000 Californians.
The needs continue to grow while the pool from which to draw from continues to dwindle. All the while, fresh fruit needs to be picked.
Overall, total almond acreage for 2017 was 1.33 million acres, up 7% from the previous year.
State Ag Secretary to join growers Thursday to tell of how tariffs hurt California exports.
The new website is intended to help the state’s growers comply with FSMA and the new federal Produce Safety Rule.
The founder of Dulcich & Sons, Jakov Prosper Dulcich, was 84.
Nat DiBuduo, who has served as president and CEO of California’s Allied Grape Growers for nearly 20 years, steps down at the end of June.
Randy Giumarra, Giumarra Vineyards, was elected as Chairman of the Board of Directors for the 2018-19 fiscal year.
Collaborations with Greater Sacramento Economic Council and UC-Davis to create Northern California’s AgTech Ecosystem.
Growers’ planting plans are now more closely reflecting consumer demands, which means little increase in overall acreage.
Judge’s injunction could prevent the state from spraying public lands and backyards to prevent the spread of pests that could decimate crops.