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Celebrating with Farm Bureau as they begin their Centennial year by receiving a proclamation from the Fresno County Board of Supervisors.

 

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Identifying Pest Management Strategies for Fresno Counties Valuable Vegetable Crops

Identifying Pest Management Strategies for Fresno Counties Valuable Vegetable Crops

Recording weight of processing tomatoes for evaluation of irrigation schedule impact on processing tomato yield, quality and soil salinity.
Recording weight of processing tomatoes for evaluation of irrigation schedule impact on processing tomato yield, quality and soil salinity.
 
Vegetable crops are grown on a very large area and are among the  most valuable crop groups at $1.6B, produced in Fresno County. The UC Cooperative Extension Fresno County vegetable crops research and extension program focuses on a few very large scale vegetable crops, such as tomatoes, garlic, onions, melons and lettuce. In addition, assistance is provided to growers of all vegetable crops in the county through diagnostics and educational activities.

 

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The University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR) is a statewide network of campus based Agricultural Experiment Station researchers and Cooperative Extension specialists located on the Berkeley, Davis and Riverside campuses working collaboratively with county-based Cooperative Extension advisors located in 50 county offices throughout the state.

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