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The future of California citrus is still bright

By now, you have likely heard that Asian citrus psyllids were detected in Santa Clara County and San Joaquin County. It was further disheartening when inspections in San Jose uncovered a breeding population of the pest.

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ACP quarantines spreading through California

Asian citrus psyllid discoveries spread throughout California

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Unusual Story: Iowa Soybean Crop Missing

Eastern Iowa farmer arrives to harvest soybeans, only to discover someone has already taken his crop

Harvest Progress Captured On Smartphone Cameras.

Farmers Are Documenting Harvest Progress Using Smartphone Cameras and Social Media.

Report Finds Major Food & Ag Employers Can’t Fill STEM Jobs

There’s a national shortage of young agricultural professionals

Soybean Futures Prices Rally on Demand

Ag Market News And Closing Grain + Livestock Futures Prices

Hunters preparing to help farmers in Georgia

Hogs are the target as the Hunters Helping Farmer Program begins the task of eliminating these invasive creatures.

Students in rural communities create chemistry with BASF Kids’ Lab

Children learn about science & agriculture with hands-on chemistry program

Video: Stuck... Wet, Difficult Field Conditions

The Wet Weather Has Delayed Harvest And Created Challenges For Alot of Farmers.

BASF registers Heat® LQ herbicide in Western Canada

Western Canadian growers now have a new and improved solution for pre-seed and pre-harvest use

Proposition 1 water bond a step forward for California agriculture

Individual farmers and ranchers living through California’s drought crisis understand the real economic impact of the last three years of minute precipitation on the state’s $42 billion food, fiber, and fuel industry.

This year, producers have experienced evaporating watering holes, witnessed the removal of highly productive citrus trees yanked from the drought-cracked soil, made tough fallowed land decisions for annual crops, and nut trees which have weathered better years, water wise.

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South Bakersfield latest to join ACP quarantine

Asian citrus psyllid quarantine covers much of south Bakersfield

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Almond Conference comes to Sacramento, Dec. 9-11

Almond Conference comes to Sacramento Dec. 9-11.

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Prices rise when problems arise

Extension aids swine industry in stopping spread of disease

Broiler-Type Eggs Set in the United States Up 4 Percent

Hatcheries in the United States weekly program set 202 million eggs in incubators during the week ending October 18, 2014, up 4 percent from a year ago.

Beltway Beef Audio

Colin Woodall, NCBA Vice President of Government Affairs, talks about the impacts of the recent dispute panel conclusion on the US COOL rule.

Manitoba Hemp Innovator Wins 'Entrepreneur of the Year' Award

One of the co-founders of Manitoba Harvest Hemp Foods has been recognized for his achievements.

Higher Efficiency in Snow Throwers Leads to More Choice for Small Equipment Operators

New hydraulically driven snow-throwing attachments achieve higher performance for sidewalk, driveway and subdivision applications

Cargill Vietnam Wins Prestigious Industry Award for Best Pig Feed

Ho Chi Minh: Cargill was presented with the best pig feed award

Time Running Out to Register for Alberta Pork Annual General Meeting

If you haven't already done so, now is the time to register for the Alberta Pork

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