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Ag Beat: More Psyllids,Goodbye Chlorpyrifos, Milk Prices Down, More

Ag Beat: More Psyllids,Goodbye Chlorpyrifos, Milk Prices Down, More

November 5,2014- Another Psyllid Find In Farmersville: Tulare County Ag Commissioner Marilyn Kinoshita says several more Asian citrus psyllids were found in a Farmersville backyard in late October even after…

California Exports Grow Despite Sluggish Global Economies

California Exports Grow Despite Sluggish Global Economies

Drought Hurting Ag Exports November 4, 2014 – Despite increasingly adverse economic circumstances and geopolitical turmoil abroad, California’s exporters again posted strong growth numbers in September, according to a Beacon Economics’…

How’s Biz? Confidence In Economy At Multi-Year High / New Orders, Employment and Production Growing

How’s Biz? Confidence In Economy At Multi-Year High /  New Orders, Employment and Production Growing

November 4,2014 Economic activity in the US manufacturing sector expanded in October for the 17th consecutive month, and the overall economy grew for the 65th consecutive month, say the nation’s…

Kern Oil Price Falls To Low $70s – Updated

Kern Oil Price Falls To Low $70s – Updated

November 4,2014 – Midway Sunset oil has dropped in price to $73.52 a barrel as of November 3, a decline of around 30% from this summer’s high when it was…

Central California Wet Weather Turning Hot & Dry

Central California Wet Weather Turning Hot & Dry

November 4,2014-  NOAA says last weekend’s storm targeted much of California with the mid-state in the bullseye. These two precipitation maps(below) tell the story with 2 inches of precip and…

Around SLO: Car Dealerships,Bank Add New Facilities

Around SLO: Car Dealerships,Bank Add New Facilities

November 3,2104 – New VW & Ford Showrooms In Works Perry Ford and Perry Volkswagen are planning on constructing two new car showrooms and service facilities on their 5.5 acre…

Peter and Mary Beth Oppenheimer Pledge $20 Million to Cal Poly, Largest Cash Gift in University’s History

Peter and Mary Beth Oppenheimer Pledge $20 Million to Cal Poly, Largest Cash Gift in University’s History

Funds will benefit College of Agriculture, Food & Environmental Sciences November 3,2014 SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. – Cal Poly today announced the largest cash gift ever received by the university,…

GE Closing Tehachapi Wind Power Plant

GE Closing Tehachapi Wind Power Plant

November 3,2014 From WindPower Monthly by David Weston GE has announced plans to close its turbine manufacturing plant in Tehachapi, California as part of a cost-cutting initiative. The facilities manufacture…

Water specialists, economists to address Fresno Agribusines Conference

Water specialists, economists to address Fresno Agribusines Conference

Nov 3, 2014 ⋅ by Kathleen Schock ⋅ A trio of California water specialists will be among the headline speakers addressing pressing agricultural issues at the 33rd Annual Agribusiness Management…

NOAA report finds 2013 U.S. seafood landings and value increased from 2012

NOAA report finds 2013 U.S. seafood landings and value increased from 2012

Squid Landings Climb In Morro Bay October 29, 2014 In its annual report, Fisheries of the United States 2013, released today, NOAA Fisheries announced that U.S. fishermen landed 9.9 billion…

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