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Virtual Salinas Valley Ag Tech Summit on March 18-19

The Eighth Annual Salinas Valley Ag Tech Summit on March 18-19 will once again deliver in-depth and actionable insights on a range of topics vital to a thriving fresh produce industry – all presente

Calcium: Three Golden Rules for the Almond Grower

(Sponsored) After bumper yields lifted almond growers’ hearts and spirits in 2020, it’s still too early to say how 2021 will turn out. First indications will come with February’s bloom, but

New congressional act clarifies tax ramifications of PPP loans

Rules are not as complex now that Congress passed a law in December 2020 that clarified interpretations on Paycheck Protection Program loans. The program designed to provide financial relief to bus

California dry conditions continue despite recent winter storms

The California Department of Water Resources conducted the second manual snow survey of the season Feb. 3 at Phillips Station. The manual survey recorded 63 inches of snow depth and a snow water equiv

Construction underway on Fresno State Tree Nut Processing Course Lab

After a year and a half of methodical planning, construction is finally underway at CSU Fresno for the Tree Nut Processing Course. This lab and lecture structured course will provide students with

Grower Trial Network continues with bee technology virtual event

On Thursday, Jan. 28, the Western Growers Center for Innovation & Technology (WGCIT) Grower Trial Network met virtually to discuss bee pollination season in the West. ApisProtect and The Bee

Artificial intelligence targeted in Syngenta, Insilico partnership

Syngenta Crop Protection is collaborating with artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning company Insilico Medicine to accelerate the invention and development of new, more effective crop protecti

Save a spray, but don’t scale back on monitoring

There is good news for almond growers worried about outbreaks of San Jose scale in their orchards: fine-tuned Integrated Pest Management (IPM) recommendations – if adhered to – likely will allow g

USDA encourages growers to apply for federal conservation assistance

All growers interested in conservation are encouraged to submit their applications for the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) for financial and technical assistance. Administered by the U

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