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UCCE Verifies Efficacy of Mating Disruption Technology for Navel Orangeworm Control

UCCE Verifies Efficacy of Mating Disruption Technology for Navel Orangeworm Control

Mating disruption technology for Navel Orangeworm Control has been around for a while now, but today there are a lot more products on the market available to tree nut growers. UCCE Entomology Farm Advisor in Kern County, David Haviland shared in an interview with California Ag Network that his research trials prove that not only is mating disruption technology a …

CA Citrus Mutual Works Aggressively to Protect Growers in the Industry

CA Citrus Mutual Works Aggressively to Protect Growers in the Industry

With concerns over water rights and increasing regulations, growers’ voices need to be heard in Sacramento and Washington DC, and the California Citrus Mutual has an aggressive agenda this year to support the citrus industry. Watch this brief interview with Joel Nelsen to learn more and read about it in California Fresh Fruit Magazine.

Jeff Jue Shares Sun Maid’s Stance on the RAC Referendum

Jeff Jue Shares Sun Maid’s Stance on the RAC Referendum

Growers are voting on a referendum regarding some changed to the terms and conditions of the Federal Marketing Order for Raisins. At the 105th annual meeting of Sun-Maid Growers, Chairman Jeff Jue shared Sun-Maid stance on the Marketing Order and encouraged growers to vote. Watch Jue’s interview and read more in American Vineyard Magazine. Sponsored By:

Best Practices with Doug Gubler for Preventing Trunk Diseases in Grapevines

Best Practices with Doug Gubler for Preventing Trunk Diseases in Grapevines

As a throwback from American Vineyard’s Central Coast Grape Expo last year, now is the time to prepare our vineyards with the right tools to prevent trunk diseases from spreading in the vineyard. Watch this interview with international expert and emeritus Plant Pathologist at UC Davis Doug Gubler who shared some great insights. Sponsored By:

Sorghum Forage Helps Meet Required Nitrogen Management Plan in CA

Sorghum Forage Helps Meet Required Nitrogen Management Plan in CA

As fertilizer becomes more and more regulated in California, farmers are turning to other crops with lower nitrogen requirements. For this reason, sorghum may appeal to feed growers, as it doesn’t require near as much nitrogen to grow. Watch this interview with Bob Hutmacher from the UC Cooperative Extension and read more in California Dairy Magazine. Sponsored By:

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