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Led by a group of UCLA professors, geologists studied the loss of groundwater in the Central Valley, where there are an estimated 10,000 private wells siphoning water from aquifers below the arid but soil-rich valley.


new study by researchers from UCLA and the University of Houston reveals significant groundwater loss in California's Central Valley during the recent drought and sparks questions of sustainability


A woman was assaulted earlier this month while waking in grape vineyards near McFarland, deputies said.


firefighters swiftly reduced the ammonia leak to a level within safety guidelines.


Phone survey of almond growers suggests 2017 yield could be record 2.2 billion pounds across 1 million bearing acres


in partnership with Fresno State University, Calturas Winery, Brewery & Event Center Lodi


Pesticide use in San Joaquin County has increased in recent years to levels not seen since the late 1990s, new state data show


While fungicides play a critical role in limiting outbreaks of these infections, botrytis is showing signs of resistance to some commonly used synthetic fungicides. Resistance is also possible in powdery mildew.


The graph considers the weekly arrival to the USA markets, and the patterns of the supply and the resulting prices as a result of the seasonal supply.


Previous 2017 CVP allocation was 65 percent for agricultural water contractors South-of-Delta


A significantly improved water allocation for farmers in the western San Joaquin Valley means more acres will be planted and more crops and jobs produced. But farmers say there's also a sense of what might have been if they had received a full water allocation from the Central Valley Project, or even if the existing 65 percent allocation had come sooner.


Ken was an internationally-recognized enologist who was instrumental in making Fresno State's enology program a leader in wine education. His legacy lives on through his former students who have become world-class winemakers all over the world. His knowledge, kindness, and friendship will be deeply missed.


The annual report, prepared by the California chapter of the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers, provides a detailed look at the 2016 price of farmland statewide and the factors affecting sales. The report was released at the Outlook 2017 Agribusiness Conference in Fresno.


After the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation announced a 65% initial allocation for those growing operations south of the Delta in the Central Valley of California, Western Growers' President and CEO Tom Nassif declared the allocation "defies logic." Particularly since the announcement follows another notice that other parts of the Central Valley would receive100% initial allocations.


Officials from the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation say there's sufficient snow in the Sierra Nevada and water in the San Luis Reservoir to eventually raise the water allocation to 80 percent or more.


University president continues quest to build partnerships with the goal to help students and agriculture industry achieve greater success


Alexander Quirici has joined Tonnellerie Ô as our Business Development Specialist, a new position focused on prospects and leads. Alex will be supporting the sales efforts of our oak team in the North Coast, Central Valley, Napa and the Sierra Foothills.


The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation announced its remaining allocations of Central Valley Project water, providing 65 percent of requested supplies to growers on the west side of the San Joaquin Valley.


There's a little part of Yolo County that's home to one of California's most overlooked wine regions


Angelo Papagni, a pioneering wine grape grower in Madera, is among a handful of individuals credited with laying the groundwork for the central San Joaquin Valley's burgeoning wine industry. Mr. Papagni died Feb. 27. He was 95.

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