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    Simple Strawberry Rhubarb Jam

    Spring has sprung and not only are the birds and bees stirring, but humans on the Central Coast are out and about after a much-needed rainy winter season. There are parties, garden workdays and spring cleaning to attend to. All of these activities leave...

  • About 13% of all strawberries produced on the Central Coast are organically grown. UC-bred Monterey variety strawberries shown.
    New UC study estimates costs for growing coastal organic strawberries

    A new study that can help growers and other readers estimate costs and potential returns for Central Coast organic strawberries was recently released by UC Agriculture and Natural Resources, UC Cooperative Extension and the UC Davis Department of...

  • If China’s Permanent Normal Trade Relations status were to be revoked, crops that rely heavily on China for exports, such as tree nuts, would be more severely impacted. Photo by Andy Li, Unsplash
    A U.S.-China trade war would cost California farmers

    Loss of China's preferred trade status could hurt crop, dairy and livestock exports The Biden administration recently announced large, increased tariff rates for Chinese electric vehicles, solar cells, semiconductors, and aluminum and steel...



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