Western Daily Wrap for Jan. 4, 2011

Daily Wrap of westernfarmpress.com articles for Jan. 4, 2011.

  1. Scaffold problems main almond orchard issue for 2010
  2. Wastewater treatment lowers pathogen levels in biosolids
  3. ‘Row, Row, Row Your Boat’ through sunny California
  4. U.S. lacks infrastructure to consume more ethanol
  5. Fields green, utility costs drop at Arizona ranch
  6. USDA: A look back on 2010
  7. Conservation tillage trail blazed by John Diener
  8. John Diener recognized as conservation tillage innovator
  9. High Cotton winners not resting on laurels
  10. Industry forms sustainable shipping initiative
  11. Ethanol and food prices: What the experts say
  12. Food industry trends revealed
  13. Multi-generation farming families contribute 
to industry sustainability
  14. World cotton almost sold out; low stocks create perfect storm
  15. Strip-till data doesn’t need to be complicated
  16. Adapting agriculture to climate change
  17. Genebanks increase in importance, number 1,700 worldwide
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