Treatment by a physician isn’t usually needed for the bite of an assassin bug, a University of California Cooperative Extension advisor says, but it’s best not to touch one.
Narrow $223 million gap separates 2017 gross values among top three leading agricultural counties
Table grapes had a good year for growers
While speculation of significant impacts remains from trade war between the U.S. and China, Rabobank sees a bright spot in the growing Chinese middle-class economy
Highs are expected to be as much as 10 degrees below normal by midweek, although smoke is still an issue in some areas.
University of California Cooperative Extension suggests pre- and post-harvest practices to make walnut harvest go smoothly.
Sep 05, 2018
By John Wood, Certis USA Regional Manager
Smoke shroud over Northern California slows orchard activity, puts nuts at risk.
University of California researchers say the yellowing of leaves in almond orchards may be caused by over-watering or under-watering.
The National Agricultural Statistics Service projects a crop of 690,000 tons