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Cevya fungicide from BASF gets approval for use in California

California grape, tree fruit, pome and stone fruit growers can now use Cevya fungicide from BASF after it received registration from the state’s Department of Pesticide Regulation. Cevya fungicide delivers strong disease control against powdery... more »

Ohio Vineyard Soil Management webinar set for Nov. 17

Soils are the unsung hero of viticulture, providing the nutrition and water required to produce high quality fruit and healthy vegetation each year. However, its management is often one of the most misunderstood aspects of... more »

Nov. 16 pesticide conference set for Pecos County, Texas

The Pecos County, Texas, Annual Pesticide CEU Conference is set for Nov. 16 in Fort Stockton. The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service event has been held for the last 20 years. The conference will be at... more »

Michigan agritourism surveyed about disease prevention practices

Michigan State University Extension is developing resources to help Michigan’s agritourism industry better protect itself and its guests from zoonotic diseases. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), zoonotic diseases are diseases caused... more »

Flows to increase; California water districts cry foul

California Gov. Gavin Newsom's administration has informed regional water districts that it will move forward with a plan to increase flows from San Joaquin River tributaries in an action that may create more water uncertainty... more »

Viva Fresh Clean Eating Challenge returns

The Third Annual Viva Fresh Clean Eating Challenge is finally here and ready to change more lives. After two successful years where participants have lost over 650 pounds and gained years to their lives, the... more »

2021 crop of WSU’s Cosmic Crisp apples will hit stores early

The third harvest of Washington State University’s Cosmic Crisp apple will hit stores well before Apple Cup. The official 2021 release date for the apple, Nov. 8, is weeks earlier than the first two crops... more »

Tegu spread threatens Florida’s wildlife, natural areas, crops

Argentine black and white tegus have spread and established populations in and around Florida at a rapid and growing rate demonstrating critical implications for native wildlife, numerous natural areas, and even restoration efforts for Everglades National Park.  Highlights Argentine black and white tegus are one of the... more »

Current Issue

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Troon Vineyard makes wine with minimalist approach

Wafler Farms: family, fruit, nursery

MSU Extension educator relishes new opportunity

Reduced insecticide, IPM programs are key

Blueberry group energized after planning effort, referendum OK

Cyber world calls for diligent IT protection

Mating disruption: Certifications, trials among updates from companies

Protein-based biologicals among trends in IPM

Farm Market column: Worker numbers dependent on market performance

National Council of Agricultural Employers column: Farm, ranch community exudes essence of America

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