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Advances in Prune Production Meeting, Sept. 26

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Want to learn about the recent advances in prune research and how they impact your prune management practices? Attend the UC Cooperative Extension’s upcoming meeting on Tuesday, September 26th at the Ord Bend Community Hall (3241 CA-45, Glenn, CA) from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The meeting will feature UC Davis Plant Pathologist Themis Michailides, who will talk about cytospora …

David Lewis to receive Bradford Rominger Agricultural Sustainability Leadership Award

Davis, Calif., (April 5, 2016) – The Agricultural Sustainability Institute (ASI) at UC Davis has announced that David Lewis, UC Cooperative Extension watershed advisor for California’s north bay and UC Davis alumnus, is this year’s recipient of the Eric Bradford and Charlie Rominger Agricultural Sustainability Leadership Award. For 17 years, Lewis has served as a UC Cooperative Extension advisor, helping …

Introducing New Madera County UC Orchard Systems Advisor

[wpdevart_youtube]4rlsER1qhgY[/wpdevart_youtube] Madera & Merced Counties have a new UC Cooperative Extension orchard systems farm advisor on the block. We are happy to introduce Phoebe Gordon to the nut & tree fruit industry here. Check out her brief introductory video, and be sure to get in touch with her at the Madera extension office.

Developing Nematode, Salt & Drought Resistant Grapevines

[wpdevart_youtube]HgevbElHZCA[/wpdevart_youtube] At the San Joaquin Valley Grape Symposium held by the UC Cooperative Extension, Andy Walker from UC Davis addressed Central Valley grape growers on the progress of developing new grapevine rootstocks with combined resistance to drought, high salinity and nematode pressures. Watch this video and read American Vineyard Magazine for more information.

Controlling Stink Bugs in Central Valley Vegetable Crops

[wpdevart_youtube]U9t9vBTdLHo[/wpdevart_youtube] At a recent Vegetable Crop Pest Seminar held by the UC Cooperative Extension in Five Points, Farm Advisor Tom Turini addressed tomato growers on dealing with the increasing populations of Consperse stink bug in the field and the damage it can cause. Watch his brief interview and read more in the coming issue of Vegetables West Magazine.

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