California strawberries beginning to bounce back

Though organic strawberry production in California remains behind the three-year average because of heavy rain during the first quarter of 2023, April... more »

CEA growers can share data in University of California survey

Controlled environment agriculture (CEA) growers are being sought to share data with University of California researchers seeking grower input on emer... more »

Start of stone fruit season delayed, expected to pick up in May

Early varieties of California stone fruit are being delayed by as much as two weeks because of rain and cold weather, which has affected bloom and pol... more »

New facility will turn wasted food into carbon-negative renewable energy

Food waste management company Divert Inc. has broken ground on a 65,000-square-foot diversion and energy facility that will turn wasted food into carb... more »

Tight West Coast lettuce supplies could be eased by East availability

Supplies of organic romaine hearts, iceberg, green lead and red leaf lettuce remain tight in California, with rising costs and subpar quality expected... more »

Vegetable supply struggles to match demand after cold, rainy California winter

Demand for organic vegetables is continuing to exceed supply as the effects of a cold, rainy winter linger in California. Casey Mills, Braga Fresh ... more »

CDFA grants aim to spur adaption of integrated pest management

Two integrated pest management programs in California, including one assisting organic farmers in the San Joaquin Valley, will receive a share of $1.1... more »

General Mills initiatives aim to accelerate regenerative agriculture adoption

New initiatives from General Mills, in partnership with American Farmland Trust and Rodale Institute, aim to accelerate regenerative agriculture in re... more »

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