AgBiome announced Aug. 22 that the company’s Howler fungicide has received registration from the federal Environmental Protection Agency.Howler is AgBiome’s first developed and marketed biological fungicide for use against fungal...
Annual NCC Producer Information Exchange Tour has Mid-South cotton growers visiting San Joaquin Valley farms
National Cotton Council brings 11 Mid-South cotton growers to San Joaquin Valley for annual Producer Information Exchange (P.I.E.) Tour
Monterey County vegetable, nursery crop values down in 2016 while grape values were up on a good crush
Annual crop values remain flat in Kings County with some notable increases in some nut crops
Important row and field crop entomology positions at University of California Cooperative Extension not an immediate priority
While California growers can still profit from iceberg lettuce, University of California study shows that broccoli is largely unprofitable
Arizona seed companies today export 130 types of seeds to 59 countries around the globe.
FWOL is a soil borne pathogen-caused disease which can render crisphead (iceberg) and romaine lettuces unmarketable.
"NAFTA's renegotiation will affect the daily consumption of anything we buy in America."