Podcast by Patrick Cavanaugh
Word Junkies - Spoken Word Series. Recorded live in front of an audience in Los Angeles. Performed by the author - they are all true, honest and sometimes shocking stories.
Hear Amy Wu, the author of From Farms to Incubators on how women entrepreneurs are revolutionizing agriculture through high technology. Amy Wu is an award-winning agtech journalist and the producer/director of the documentary film From Farms to Incubators. She is widely published in major newspapers and magazines. In 2020, Wu was named on Worth mag…
Today’s announcement is no surprise given current hydrologic conditions and regulations that restrict operations of the Central Valley Project, but it is devastating nonetheless for farmers and communities across the region that rely on water from the CVP and jobs created by irrigated agriculture.
Jeff Mitchell is a UCANR Cropping Systems Specialist in the department of Plant Science at UC Davis. He has been researching Conservation Tillage for more than 20 years.
Competition from other state, massive regulations, and plant based movement pressure the industry.
Pest Control Advisors and applicators must alway make there voices heard in social media and websites. Anthony LaFauce has been an adjunct at the American University, for eight years. He’s taught public speaking, digital communications in public relations. He is a principle at the Clyde Group, a Washington D.C public relations and public affairs fi…
The national dairy industry is hurting badly due to lower consumption and over-supply. Why not shut down the dairy and grow a crop that can be marketed and put black ink on your balance sheet instead of red ink!
Emily Metz President and CEO of the American Egg Board Has the Details!
Officials fear that this orchard cound eventually become infected, with the fatal Huanglongbing disease, which would the first commercial orchard in California.
We’re talking about current trade challenges due to the COVID pandemic. And Stringer along with other California specialty crop representative have recently been selected to serve on the Agricultural Technical Advisor Committee to provide technical advice and guidance to the USDA and the office of the US Trade Representative regarding international…
Pacific Legal Foundation attorney Tony Francois is defending wheat farmer Jack LaPant.By Patrick Cavanaugh
Atticus is a company that keeps off-patent crop materials available for farmers.By Patrick Cavanaugh
Whetlor is trying to keep the Billies from being euthanized at birth in order to move them into the food industry.By Patrick Cavanaugh
It's back to the usual with CA Gov. Gavin Newsom appointing a Pro-UFW attorney to the UFW.By Patrick Cavanaugh
Josh Harder represents California's 10th Congressional district which includes the Stanislaus County areas Modesto, Turlock and Patterson.He recently introduced the SAVE Water Resources Act to address the Central Valley Water needs.By Patrick Cavanaugh
Christine McMorrow, the communication director for The Center of Land-based Learning speaks about a groundbreaking of a new location for the center.By Patrick Cavanaugh
Drew Wolter, UC Davis Grad Student is Working on Controlling Threespike Goosegrass in tree nut orchards. The weed is showing tolerance to Glyphosate.By Patrick Cavanaugh
It's critically important all Ag Employees during high-temperature days. All operations must provide adequate Water, Rest, and ShadeBy Patrick Cavanaugh
Alex Ott is the Executive Director of the American Pecan Council--- where the focus is increasing consumer consumption of pecansBy Patrick Cavanaugh
West Sacramento FFA and River City High School Anna Kelley Feeds her Hens Garlic and their eggs have a garlic flavor!By Patrick Cavanaugh
Sophia Marin is a Lab Assistant III at UC Cooperative Extension Kern County as well as an Adjunct Professor at Bakersfield College. She is helping Wasco High School Students attend Bakersfield College to learn more about the science of agriculture.By Patrick Cavanaugh
This year's almond pollination season started out cold and rainy. However, temperatures warmed up and there were enough days between rainstorms that bees were able to fly and pollinate the almonds.By Patrick Cavanaugh
Minarets High School FFA Student Mackenzie Camacho wants to reduce the spreading of Botryosphaeria Spores when a farmer is burning infected wood.By Patrick Cavanaugh
Doris Mold Says More Women Farmers will be Counted on 2020 Census by Patrick CavanaughBy Patrick Cavanaugh
Find out what weedy rice is and why it's a problem for California rice growers,By Patrick Cavanaugh
Jesse Rojas is the founder and CEO of the Redd Group and he is hosting the meeting at Hodel's Country Dining in Bakersfield 7 am to 11 am.By Patrick Cavanaugh
Idalia Navarro is an undergrad student at California State University Fresno. She has found that Field Bindweed can tolerate water with high salt content, however, the weed will not grow when water stressed.By Patrick Cavanaugh
The Sonora FFA students are insulating compost in order to warm it up so that earthworms have a better survival rate.By Patrick Cavanaugh
Bearded Sprangletop is a troublesome weed in rice that is getting more difficult to control. Katie Driver is trying to solve the problem.By Patrick Cavanaugh
Chaudhari and here Professors are finding the reason Hairy Fleabane is Glyphosate Resistance.By Patrick Cavanaugh
Dennis Donohue, the Director of the Western Growers Center for Innovation & Technology speaks about the recent AgTechx event in cooperation with Bayer Crop Science at Bayer's West Sacramento Biologics Research Facility.By Patrick Cavanaugh
Timothy Jacobs, A Grad Student Soon to Graduate from Cal Poly SLO Researches Weed Control in Organic StrawberriesBy Patrick Cavanaugh
Cody Drake is a senior at California State University. His work is trying to pinpoint where the weeds are for better weed management in vineyards.By Patrick Cavanaugh
Some tree nut growers should consider using mating disruption, while other growers may not need to use the strategy.By Patrick Cavanaugh
Arable Mark is a sensor that reports weather data and measures plant health.By Patrick Cavanaugh
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James Schaeffer is a second-year grad student at California State University Fresno and a Staff Research Associate with UC Cooperative Extension. He is deep in research on a plant called Alkali weed, that could be a serious problem in California agriculture.By Patrick Cavanaugh
Samikshya Budhathoki discovers that the weed, Palmer Amaranth, desires saline soils, which are prevalent on the West Side of Fresno County. Palmer Amaranth is among the worst weeds in agriculture due to prolific seed production and glyphosate escapes.By Patrick Cavanaugh
Steven Haring is trying to develop winter/spring cover crops to out-compete winter annual weeds.By Patrick Cavanaugh
Michelle Borges with Hughson FFA Is Working Hard to Win a Star Reporter Award at CA FFA Convention in April 2019.By Patrick Cavanaugh
William Bourdeau VP Harris Farms in Coalinga, a Director of Westlands Water District and Chair of the Board with CA WaterAlliance. He speaks about the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act.By Patrick Cavanaugh
Jennifer Olmstead Marketing Director, Domestic PR at California Walnut Board/California Walnut Commission discusses the domestic market and explained how the Walnut Board is expanding its promotion of walnuts in the U.S.By Patrick Cavanaugh
Aerobotics is a Cape Town South Africa company expanding into California with technology that can detect early pest and diseases in orchards and vineyards.By Patrick Cavanaugh
The Amond Board continues to think into the future with a new Vision and Mission statement.By Patrick Cavanaugh
Almonds are healthy, versatile and great portable protein.By Patrick Cavanaugh