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California Small Business COVID-19 Relief Grant Program All farm and ag businesses are eligible to apply for these grants, ranging from $5,000-$25,000. Application is open December 30th through January 13th (new extended deadline) The...
SUMMARY Two broccoli plantings immediately prior to growing the verticillium-susceptible crop is recommended for best protection Fresh broccoli residue has greater reduction in V. wilt than dry residue Field tarping following fresh residue...
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By Connie Conway, State Executive Director in California, USDA Farm Service Agency Farmers and ranchers feed our state, our nation, and in fact, our world. You work long hours to provide essential resources for us all, and in these challenging...
Legume Series Post #1
New research shows that legumes can detect different rhizobium strains and they have ‘policing’ mechanisms that select for cooperative, nitrogen-sharing rhizobia and against ‘selfish’, nitrogen-greedy rhizobia.
Linked data is from the California Irrigation Management Information System (CIMIS) weather stations. Visit CIMIS web site.