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Karmjot Randhawa
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Fresno, CA  93710
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True to the mission of the land grant universities, UC Agriculture and Natural Resources connects the power of UC research in agriculture, natural resources, nutrition and youth development with local communities to improve the lives of all Californians.

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  • Learn More About Conservation Tillage:
    Learn More About Conservation Tillage:

    Although conservation tillage acreage is relatively small in California, an increasing number of growers are looking into various types of conservation tillage, including no-till to reduce farming costs, maintain high yields and reduce the farms impact of natural resources. A public field day will be held June 28th to discuss research progress and future opportunities to expand no-till and other CT practices particularly aimed at cotton and tomato cropping systems. 


Down on the Farm with Tom Willey

Listen to Fresno/Madera Livestock Advisor Rebecca Ozeran on "Down on the Farm with Tom Willey!"

While one wily virus from wild nature boils on the front burner, food safety issues pitting domesticated animals against our salad plates still simmer. Two University of California extension agents recently weighed in on tainted greens from animal agriculture’s perspective, possibly a first. “Down on the Farm” host Tom Willey engages farm advisors Brooke Latack and Rebecca Ozeran on safer salads versus feel-good industry response.

Listen to interview here.

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