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Citrus Update,Labor & Pests

Citrus Update,Labor & Pests

Facing unusual difficulty in hiring enough harvest help, lemon growers in Ventura County say they are finding ways to get the job done by sharing resources. “Like everywhere else in…

Discovery May Lead To Tomatoes With Vintage Taste

Discovery May Lead To Tomatoes With Vintage Taste

A new discovery could make more tomatoes taste like heirlooms, reports an international research team headed by a University of California, Davis, plant scientist. The finding, which will be reported…

Ag Updates

Ag Updates

Tree Fruit Growers See Improvement Overcoming challenges from the economy and Mother Nature, California tree fruit growers say their harvest is off to a solid start. Springtime hailstorms destroyed some…

Big Tomato Growers/UFW To Sign Contracts

Big Tomato Growers/UFW To Sign Contracts

Celebrating their 50th anniversary last month in Bakersfield the United Farmworkers Union with barely 27,000 workers under contract- half of what they had- the UFW is not the union powerhouse…

2011 Crop Report: Monterey County Ag Values Fall 3.8%

2011 Crop Report: Monterey County Ag Values Fall 3.8%

Wine Grapes Down 18: Monterey County agriculture maintained its economic clout in 2011 with crop production values that exceeded $3.85 billion, Agricultural Commissioner Eric Lauritzen announced this week as he…