Some growers are starting to get creative when it comes to crop production and marketing, to stay up to date with consumer trends in stores.
Micro-sprinklers are continuing to prove beneficial for strawberry growers around the state for many different reasons. Several areas have already adopted the technology due to water restrictions and other trials …
The Food and Drug Administration is currently revising their draft rule of the Food Safety Modernization Act and that has some growers wondering about a farm food safety plan.
Everett Griner talks about home grown organics are still increasing in today’s Agri View. Organic Home Grown
The bagrada bug has spread across California, and the wide range of hosts for the bug is concerning to a lot of the state’s producers.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is partnering with Microsoft to launch the “Innovation Challenge,” a contest designed to explore how climate change will impact the United States’ food system …
What to expect at the 2016 American Farm Bureau Annual Convention and IDEAg trade show – and when you can begin registration. Farm Bureau Convention The 2016 convention keynote speaker …
A fairly new bug to California is causing some concerns with fruit and vegetable producers as it spreads across the state.
A portion of Santa Clara County has been placed under quarantine for the Oriental fruit fly following the detection of six flies in and around the city of Cupertino.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has declared Aug. 2 through 8, 2015, as “National Farmers Market Week.” The declaration was made official by proclamation signed by Secretary Vilsack.
Research at a recent seminar showed organic and conventional growers the benefits of rotating treatments and having a true integrated pest management system.
Some nitrogen management training and certification will become available for growers in the fall.
The USDA, NASS, Pacific Regional Office today released the crop production report for July. The latest survey, which was conducted during the last week of June and the first week …
The United States and Switzerland announced today that beginning July 10, 2015, organic products certified in the United States or Switzerland may be sold as organic in either country.