Sacramento Valley Field Crops
We look forward to hosting the UC Dry Bean Field day next Tuesday at UC Davis. This is just a reminder that, due to Covid-19 safety precautions, pre-registration is required. There is no registration fee. Please...
REGISTER NOW NOTE: DUE TO COVID, PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED TO ATTEND NO COST TO ATTEND Pre-register by clicking or following the link immediately below: https://surveys.ucanr.edu/survey.cfm?surveynumber=35502 Lunch will be served, but only...
By Nicholas Clark
Author - Assistant CE AdvisorBy Michelle Leinfelder-Miles
Contributor - Farm AdvisorBy Joy Hollingsworth
Contributor - Nutrient Management and Soil Quality AdvisorBy Anthony Fulford
Contributor - Area CE Nutrient Management & Soil Quality AdvisorBy Daniel H Putnam
Contributor - Cooperative Extension Specialist, Agronomist in the AES
Monitoring insect populations in crop fields is important for managing pests and diseases. Sweep nets have been the main tool for this task but new sensor technology is being developed to conduct continuous real-timing monitoring. This summer, the Gepts...
We are eager to host the UC Dry Bean Field Day once again! Please mark your calendars and join us on Tuesday, August 31, 2021 from 9:00am to 11:30am at UC Davis. The field day will feature presentations from UC Davis and UC Cooperative Extension...
Preliminary grain yield results for our fall-planted common wheat, triticale, durum wheat and barley trials are now available on the UC Small Grains Research and Information Center...
By Taylor Nelsen
AuthorBy Mark E Lundy
Author - Assistant CE SpecialistBy Salvador Grover
AuthorBy Leonardo Reynoso
ContributorBy Maya Shydlowski-Besmer
ContributorBy Nicholas Clark
Contributor - Assistant CE AdvisorBy Konrad Mathesius
Contributor - Farm AdvisorBy Rafael M Solorio
ContributorBy Ben Halleck
ContributorBy Chaitanya Lakshmi Muraka
New Sacramento Valley Field Crops Newsletter now available
Sarah Light, Area CE Agronomy Advisor
142A Garden Hwy, Yuba City, CA 95991
(530) 822-7515 email@example.com
Sarah has been serving as the Agronomy Advisor in Sutter, Yuba, and Colusa Counties since 2017. She has a B.A. in Latin American Studies, a dual M.S. in Soil Science and Plant Pathology from Oregon State University, and is fluent in Spanish.