Special Thanks to This Video’s Sponsor! There is a new California Water Bond coming down the pipeline for the November elections, with much promise to benefit California farmers. Watch this interview with California Fresh Fruit Association President George Radanovich at their annual conference as he briefly shares what the bond comprises.
You can read the PDF version of the March Issue of California Fresh Fruit Magazine HERE! Good Time to Be an Olive Grower Spanish Influence in California at Ternero Olive Oil Water Stress in Olives Estimate of Olive Crop Water Use in Imperial Valley Navel Orange Nitrogen Fertilization Spring is the Best Time to Apply Nitrogen
You can read the PDF version of the January/February Issue of California Fresh Fruit Magazine HERE! Goldbud Farms Finds its Niche Top Quality Apples and Stone Fruit Citrus Display Pleases the Senses CCPP Brings Value & Security to the Citrus Industry Late Winter Orchard Tasks Prune Bloom Management Considerations
As the CA citrus industry works to fight the HLB disease carrying Asian Citrus Psyllid from destroying the industry, the California Citrus Clonal Protection Program is playing a key role in preparing the industry for battle. Watch this interview with Georgios Vidalakis, Director of the program as he explains. Read more in California Fresh Fruit Magazine.
You can read the PDF version of the November/December Issue of California Fresh Fruit Magazine HERE! Orchard Views Hope Rising From the Ashes of Despair Bridging the Gape Between Farmer & Consumer Rodin Farms Providing Fresh Produce & Ag Education Lake County Enjoys Strong Pear Harvest Scully Packing Reports Quality Crop Advances in Cytospora Canker Management Bacterial Canker Experience in …
November has come and growers & PCAs are anticipating the annual Tree & Vine Expo on November 7th at the Stanislaus County Fairgrounds, held by American Vineyard, California Fresh Fruit, and Pacific Nut Producer Magazines. The Expo will feature educational grower seminars, and state of the grape, nut, and tree fruit industry addresses by Jennifer Williams from the California Walnut Board, Kelly Covello from …
Subsurface drip irrigation is growing more and more common in field crops, but what about in the orchard? The UC Cooperative Extension has been experimenting on this for a few years now in a stone fruit orchard at the Kearney Ag Center, and the results are very positive. Watch California Ag Network’s interview with Becky Phene as she explores the …
Concerned with labor or liability issues? Consider converting to pedestrian orchards, with higher-density planting and shorter trees — no ladders necessary! Watch this video interview with UC Farm Advisor Kevin Day to share what he has been learning from the pedestrian orchard research trial at the Kearny Ag Center. Sponsored By:
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