Gary Crawford reports the water in California’s reservoirs is running about a third less than average. California’s Water Reservoirs Down, but Not Running Dry
A new study says agricultural losses from California’s drought will likely be significant, but smaller than many had first thought. New Study Outlines Agricultural Losses from California Drought
Brad Rippey, USDA meteorologist, giving the new temperature and precipitation figures for California’s water year, which ended June 30th. New Climate Numbers for California’s Water Year
In 2013, the Nation’s utilized production of the leading non-citrus fruit crops totaled 19.2 million tons, up 9 percent from the 2012 utilized production. Utilized production increased from 2012 for
An agriculture energy workshop that took place in Kern County focused on rebates and incentives. AgNet West’s Taylor Hillman was there.
In partnership with the State of California’s drought awareness program Save Our Water, international pop superstar and five-time Grammy winner Lady Gaga has released a Public Service Announcement (PSA) asking …
As the height of California’s harvest season approaches, the full impact of water shortages on farms and ranches will become increasingly apparent—and a study released today by the University of …
The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) has extended its deadline for applications for the State Water Efficiency and Enhancement Program (SWEEP) by two weeks, until July 29, 2014. …
Is your operation as efficient as it could be? Pacific Gas and Electric wants the agriculture community to know there is help out there. AgNet West’s Taylor Hillman explains.
Everett Griner talks about dowsing rods making a comeback in today’s Agri View. Water Magic
The farming community is adapting the best they can to drought conditions but how much more can they do? AgNet West’s Taylor Hillman has the story.
Southern California is leading the desensitizing charge when it comes to the yuck factor of recycled water. AgNet West’s Taylor Hillman has the story.
A biochar project in Northern California hit a small road block recently but that isn’t holding it back too much. AgNet West’s Taylor Hillman explains.
You’ve probably noticed high-priced cherries at the grocery store this season due to the drought affecting production numbers. AgNet West’s Taylor Hillman tells us how much they have dropped.