Tree nut growers see value in technology that helps decision making more »
Drones or unmanned aerial systems (UAS) require special licensing to operate. more »
Tech aids disease detection, irrigation efficiencies. Unmanned aerial systems (UAS), such as drones, are becoming more popular in grower operations and are gaining a foothold in nut orchards. more »
Two global irrigation and ag tech companies, Lindsay Corp. and Pessl Instruments, are partnering to provide growers better access to water management solutions.
The partnership of Lindsay Corp. and... more »
Erin Lizotte, Michigan State University Extension, shares crop progress and considerations for the week of May 9, 2023 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 »
USDA highlights disaster assistance available to Florida producers impacted by Hurricane Ian 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 »
California braces for more rains and flooding, all stemming from an “atmospheric river” phenomenon.
Forecasters have issued flood watches, winter storm warnings, watches and advisories, wind ad... more »
CropManage is offering a workshop for growers to learn how to use and maximize the tool in assisting with irrigation scheduling and nitrogen fertilizer management decisions. more »