As a result of climate change, the Golden State’s farms are expected to face a surge in agricultural pests, which are a threat to California’s specialty crops industry.
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CAPCA was awarded a $1 million grant by the California Department of Food & Agriculture (CDFA) focusing on sustainable pest management (SPM) in the field.
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The 2023 California walnut production forecast released on Sep. 1, 2023 was revised on Oct. 4, 2023. The update reflects additional acreage removal information, according to the USDA National Agricult... more »
As California experiences wild swings in climate from drought to floods, critics of the state’s water rights system seek to overhaul rules that date back to California’s founding in 1850.
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The California Department of Food and Agriculture’s Office of Pesticide Consultation and Analysis (OPCA) is now accepting grant applications for its Biologically Integrated Farming Systems Grant Pro... more »
The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) has announced the availability of grant funding for two pilot block grant programs under the Healthy Soils Program and the State Water Efficiency and Enhancement Program. more »
The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) has awarded $1.1 million in funding to support two integrated pest management technical assistance (TA) projects. The projects will help grower... more »
The March 2023 heavy rain has impacted many California growers. To assist the agriculture industry the California Department of Food and Agriculture developed a website page that provides a listing of... more »
California regulators recently approved AgBiome Inc.’s Theia fungicide use in the state. This fungicide can be used throughout the U.S. to treat numerous plant diseases in fruit, vegetable and tree ... more »
A weekend storm flooded northern California, forcing thousands of residents to evacuate their farms, homes and businesses. The storm caused massive damage and may put many growers and farmworkers out of business, according to reports. more »