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Dry Creek Vineyard Founder David S. Stare Receives ‘Wine Lifetime Achievement Award’ At Castate Fair

Dry Creek Vineyard is proud to announce that the California State Fair honored Sonoma County wine pioneer David S. Stare as the recipient of their “Wine Lifetime Achievement Award” during yesterday’s ceremony. Stare is one of two recipients for the 2022 year alongside legendary wine writer Bob Thompson, as the State Fair Advisory has recognized multiple industry experts across award …

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Self-Teaching Web App Improves Speed, Accuracy of Classifying Cereal DNA Variations

Agricultural Research Service and Washington State University scientists have developed an innovative web app called BRIDGEcereal that can quickly and accurately analyze the vast amount of genomic data now available for cereal crops and organize the material into intuitive charts that identify patterns locating genes of interest. With the rapid advancements in the field of genomics the past 25 years, a game-changer for …

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Processing Tomato Variety Evaluation for Tolerance/Susceptibility to New Soilborne Pathogen

In recent years, there has been an increase in crown rot/vine decline problems in processing tomatoes. Many tolerant, as well as several susceptible tomato cultivars, have been identified from previous efforts funded by CTRI. The number of fields in the Sacramento Valley with confirmed Fusarium falciforme vine decline has been increasing each year. In 2022, eight new tomato fields were diagnosed in Sutter …

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Distinguishing Between Previous Recessions and Today’s Economic Circumstances

As inflation and fluctuating global economics raise concern for americans and california f….

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California Farmland to Serve State in Recharging Groundwater Supply

The governor of california recently issued an executive order allowing local water distric….

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Almond Board Launches New Website to Help Growers Coordinate NOW Mating Disruption Efforts

In effort to improve area-wide management of navel orangeworm, the number one pest of the ….

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Applying Herbicides Safely to Keep Residue Off of Harvested Almonds

While there has been research and work underway to move the almond industry to off-ground ….

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Opportunities to Grow and Market Climate Friendly Wines

While different sectors of the wine industry have embraced words describing their vineyard….

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What To Know About the Central Valley Wine Market Heading Into a New Season

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Legislation to Improve California Water Situation With Recharge

While a record amount of rain has fallen on the drought-stricken soils of california over ….

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Gerad Borrego Joins California Farmland Trust as New Development Director

Gerad brings over twenty years of wealth management and commercial banking experience within the financial service sector to…

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Kern County Potato Variety Trial Field Day, June 21

The Annual UC Cooperative Extension and California Potato Research Advisory Board (CPRAB) Variety Trial Field Day is an oppo…

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Nearly 70% of Private Label Avocado Oil Rancid or Mixed With Other Oils

Avocado oil has become a popular choice for many people in recent years because of its heart-healthy benefits and versatilit…

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USDA Seeks Feedback About 2023 Crops, Stocks, Inventories, and Values

During the next several weeks, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) will con…

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Meat Institute Partners with IT-ISAC to Improve Cybersecurity with New Food & Ag ISAC

The North American Meat Institute (Meat Institute) today announced a new partnership with the Information Technology-Informa…

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USDA Invites Input on Crop Insurance Coverage for Prevented Planting

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) published a Request for Information today, announcing public listening sessions an…

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CAWG Foundation Awards $44,000 in Student Scholarships

The California Association of Winegrape Growers (CAWG) Foundation has awarded $44,000 in college scholarships to eight stude…

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Leon Panetta, Chairman of the Panetta Institute of Public Policy, Will Keynote the Salinas Biological Summit

Former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, the Chairman of the Panetta Institute of Public Policy, will deliver the keynote addr…

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FFA Members Explore Agriculture in California During January

Earlier this month, 46 current and former state FFA officers visited California and learned about the various types of agriculture the state offers.

Members flew into California and toured various agribusinesses — from the largest U.S. producer of caviar to a fourth-generation ranch practicing responsible carbon farming and more. They also talked with Karen Ross; California Secretary of Agriculture, Dorene D’Adamo; the vice-chair of the California Water Board, Matthew Allen; vice president of state government affairs at Western Growers.

The experience was made possible thanks to FFA sponsors John Deere and Bunge.

FFA members who participated in the experience include: Alyssa Andrews and William Blankenship of Arkansas; Jillian Johnson, Carter Howell, Julia Heijkoop, Kelly Alexander, Barrett Young and Tyler Brannan of Florida; Madison Stevenson and Kesley Holdgrafer of Iowa; Cassandra Moody, Claire Shelton and Katherine Hebdon of Idaho; Julia Hamblen of Indiana; Ashley Chandler and Rachel Sebesta of Kansas; Kyle Schulze of Maryland; Olivia Coffey and Adele Battel of Michigan; Nicol Koziolek of Minnesota; Joceyln Dvorak of Missouri; Regan Hand of Mississippi; Bailey Robinson, Emma Kuss, Madison Stracke and Victoria Ference of Nebraska; Emily Sadlon, Abigail Goodenough, and Johnathan Finney of New Jersey; Aubrey Schwartz, Jacob Zajkowski, John Dippold, Katherine Price, Kylie Baldwin, Isabel D’Aquisto-Butler and Justin Sharp of Oregon; Hunter Eide of South Dakota; Ryder Mortenson of South Dakota and Samantha Olson of South Dakota; Charles Moser; Samuel Leach; Ellie Vance; Jackson Lohr, Lauren Rhodes and Emma Jackson of Virginia.

The National FFA Organization is a school-based national youth leadership development organization of more than 735,000 student members as part of 8,817 local FFA chapters in all 50 states, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

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2-AG, unlike anandamide (another endocannabinoid ), is present at relatively high levels in the central nervous system; it is the most abundant molecular species of monoacylglycerol found in mouse and rat brain (~5-10 nmol/g tissue). Detection of 2-AG in brain tissue is complicated by the relative ease of its isomerization to 1-AG during standard lipid extraction conditions. It has been found in maternal bovine as well as human milk.

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Greg and Monica Willems are bringing growers and consumers remarkable new blueberry varieties.  Their California Berry Genetics is one of the top blue berry nurseries in the nation. New varieties such as Sweet Duchess, Early Duchess, and Blue Duchess will be sold under the Farm to Table Berries brand.

Extended Drought and repeated Zero Water Allocations Cause Massive Concerns For California Agriculture

Joe Del Bosque is a long-time farmer in Wester Fresno and Merced Counties. He farms almonds, melons an other crops.  He said farmers are selling their land and giving up their professions and the state wants to buy out other farms for the water rights!

Part 2 with William Bourdeau-- on Preserving our Domestic Food Supply

The vast majority of food, produced in the US, comes from California, which is experiencing another drought. However, for food security, sound policies must be made to allow farmers to get surface water for their crops. Too much water flows to the Pacific Ocean, which should go to farmers!

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For decades, Mario Santoyo is someone who has fought hard for water for California Farmers. He describes the catastrophic nature of SGMA.

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Mario Santoyo served as assistant manager for 30 years on the Friant Water Users Authority, and then served as Executive Director for the San Joaquin Valley Water Infrastructure Authority representing the counties of Merced, Madera, Fresno, Tulare,  and Kings, in order to promote the building of Temperance Flat Dam. He has seen many zero allocations and has been bruised badly trying to insure water for California Agriculture. This is part 1 of his dire prediction for the Agricultural industry in California. 

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DynaNav is proud to announce collaboration with Icom LTE. Adapted from the December 2019 issue of AgAir Update. For a direct link to the article, click here. The revolutionary Icom IP501 and VE-PG4 systems offer global voice communications and digital data transfer over LTE (4G)/3G. Communicate live, anywhere in the world.Full duplex (talk/listen simultaneously).High-priority cellular network status ensures calls are never dropped.No end-user infrastructure required; all networks managed by …

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