The Bureau of Reclamation has released low initial water allocations for Central Valley Project contractors for 2021 and while the allocations were not a surprise, multiple water agencies expressed disappointment ... Read More The post Week in Review: Five Percent Water Allocations Disappoint and H-2A Wages Climb to $16 appeared first on AgNet West.
Researchers at the University of California, Davis have bred a new walnut variety for California growers. After more than 10 years of development, the new UC Wolfskill walnut variety holds ... Read More The post New Walnut Variety Provide More Flexibility for California Growers appeared first on AgNet West.
California cotton acreage is expected to decline significantly this year. The National Cotton Council (NCC) announced its projections at its recent Annual Meeting. California is forecasted to experience an overall ... Read More The post Forecasted Drop in Cotton Acreage Attributed to Uncertainty Ahead appeared first on AgNet West.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers is encouraging President Joe Biden to make rural broadband infrastructure a priority moving forward. Members of the Congressional Rural Broadband Caucus sent a letter detailing ... Read More The post Lawmakers Ask Biden for Rural Broadband Infrastructure Improvements appeared first on AgNet West.
Get the latest agriculture news in today’s Farm City Newsday, hosted by Danielle Leal. Today’s show is filled with stories covering the good, yet lower, 2021 avocado forecast, the wine ... Read More The post Farm City Newsday Friday, 02-26-21 appeared first on AgNet West.