Water

Produce safety center research symposium speakers announced

The Center for Produce Safety (CPS) is promoting the names of the scientists who will be presenting at the 2024 CPS Research Symposium. The event is scheduled for June 18-19 at the Hyatt Regency De... more »

Growers receive irrigation tips through Rivulis

Planning is key for running efficient irrigation systems. In the world of farming, investing in orchards and permanent crops, including almonds and other nuts, is like planting seeds for long-term ... more »

UC Merced shares report on risks to agriculture of too much, too little water

UC Merced shared a report, "Water risks to agriculture: Too little and too much" that recommended policies, programs and tools for farm resilience on risks to agriculture of too much, too little water... more »

Fresno State offers sessions on SGMA and drip irrigation

Fresno State released information on two upcoming educational opportunities, which included a session on how SGMA regulates groundwater usage and drip irrigation and planning for the season. Both sess... more »

Irrigation pivot sensor introduced by Reinke, CropX

An irrigation company and a digital ag supplier are partnering to help growers improve irrigation efficiencies. CropX Technologies, a global agribusiness farm management and digital agriculture pro... more »
Drones can provide thermal images and offer potential benefits when used effectively. Photo courtesy of the Conservation Irrigation Lab at UC Davis.

Irrigation Tech: A look at what’s new for nut growers

The nut industry is moving quickly into a new era of irrigation technology, where remote sensing through drone and eventually satellite data can inform growers about the real-time stress status of orc... more »

Nut trees part of Mid-Atlantic Fruit and Vegetable Convention

Multiple concurrent educational sessions and a large industry trade show will be featured during the three days of the 2024 Mid-Atlantic Fruit and Vegetable Convention. In its 47th year, this comin... more »

Parks & Rec actor touts soil, regenerative ag

Actor, author and woodworker Nick Offerman takes on his dirtiest role to date: a promotion to attract public attention to regenerative ag and healthy soil. Offerman, a former Parks and Recreation T... more »

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