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California Wind Power Blows Away Production Record

California Wind Power Blows Away Production Record

New all time high for wind energy set Sunday FOLSOM, Calif. Wind power is gaining speed. The California Independent System Operator Corporation (ISO) reports a new record was set when…

Protecting Coastal Winegrapes From Frost

Protecting Coastal Winegrapes From Frost

Mark Battany installs a meteorological tower in a new San Luis Obispo County vineyard. In California’s coastal winegrape-growing regions, a spring freeze can be devastating. Tender shoots and leaves burn…

Scientific Ingenuity Produces A Fantastic Fruit

Scientific Ingenuity Produces A Fantastic Fruit

Look Ma..No Seeds! UC scientists took a page from nature when they developed the Tango mandarin. Tango is the result of a mutation induced by irradiating budwood of W. Murcott…

Biz News Nuggets / Drought / Gas Prices / SLO Co

Biz News Nuggets / Drought / Gas Prices / SLO Co

SLO Co Building New $2.2 Mil Facility – Cloud Co, manufacturer of  tank cleaning machines offers cleaning systems for key Central California industries including bulk transport, marine, food processing, brewing…

Exports Up / PC Exports Down

Exports Up /  PC Exports Down

California Exporters Enjoy Slight Gain Over Same Time Last Year As PC Market Continues Its Decline April 5, 2013 – LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – Even if it isn’t immediately apparent, California’s…

Immigrant Docs Help Ease California’s Primary Care Shortage

Immigrant Docs Help Ease California’s Primary Care Shortage

RIVERSIDE, Calif. — When Jose Chavez Gonzalez moved to the United States from El Salvador, he took any job he could get — stocking warehouses, construction, cleaning houses and working in…

Mortgage Rates Dip Lower

Mortgage Rates Dip Lower

MCLEAN, VA–(Marketwired – Apr 4, 2013) – Freddie Mac (OTCQB: FMCC) today released the results of its Primary Mortgage Market Survey® (PMMS®), showing average fixed mortgage rates dipping for the…

Gene Discovery May Yield Lettuce That Will Sprout In Hot Weather

Gene Discovery May Yield Lettuce That Will Sprout In Hot Weather

Lettuce varieties that can sprout in hot weather could become more important as global temperatures are predicted to rise A team of researchers, led by a University of California, Davis,…

Valley Economic Indicator Rises To Highest Level In Three Years

Valley Economic Indicator Rises To Highest Level In Three Years

Fresno State’s Craig School of Business San Joaquin Valley Business Conditions Index advanced for a fourth consecutive month. During March the overall index expanded to 58.7 from 55.6 in February.…

SLO Crops Set New $ 861.8 Million Record

SLO Crops Set New $ 861.8 Million Record

San Luis Obispo County’s total gross crop values for 2012 are estimated at a record breaking value of $ 861,803,000 compared to $ 736,208,000 for 2011. This represents an increase…

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