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Almond Yield Monitoring Field Day, Oct. 13

Join AGERpoint for an almond yield monitoring field day on Friday, October 13, 2017.  Growers are invited to view a live demonstration of how the combination of yield monitoring, mapping, geospatial technology can enable more accurate management decisions.  The event is free and will begin at 10 a.m. just off of Lerdo Hyw, 1 mile east of I-5 Buttonwillow, California. …

UC ANR is a Natural Partner to Help Bridge California’s Digital Divide

Sacramento, Calif., (September 19, 2017) – Even as the digital revolution has changed the world, there are thousands of California residents in rural areas that do not have an internet connection adequate for engaging in modern technology. With offices in all California counties and several research centers located in remote locations, UC Agriculture and Natural Resources Vice President Glenda Humiston …

National Raisin Company Invests in the Future with Renewable Technology

National Raisin Company Invests in the Future with Renewable Technology

Farming in California is not easy, but it is the best place in the world to grow raisins. As growers take on increasing input costs due to changing political and environmental conditions, sustainability becomes so important to remaining viable and prosperous in the industry. National Raisin Company has recently invested in some key renewable technologies to improve their efficiency and …

Apps For Ag Hackathon Winner Uses Artificial Intelligence To Diagnose Plant Problems

Sacramento, Calif., (August 9, 2017) – For 48 hours, innovators and entrepreneurs at the Apps for Ag Hackathon labored over laptops at The Urban Hive in Sacramento before pitching their ideas to judges at the California State Fair. More than 40 people, some from as far as New York and Texas, competed for a $10,000 grand prize and assistance from …

Plant Sap Analysis Technology to Better Meet Crop Needs

Plant Sap Analysis Technology to Better Meet Crop Needs

There are many different ways to measure crop water and nutrient levels, such as through plant tissue and soil analysis; but to better identify and meet crop needs, researchers have recently developed plant sap analysis technology that is now available to growers to maximize yields and increase profitability. Watch this video interview with David Miller from Advancing Eco Agriculture as …

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