Category Archives: AG News

Delicate Balance of International Trade and Markets

The balance of international trade and markets. That’s coming up on This Land of Ours. American Agri-Women hosted the Global Food and Energy Supply Conversation recently to respond to member … Read More The post Delicate Balance of International Trade and Markets appeared first on AgNet West.Continue Reading

Sugar Growers Discuss Farm Bill Priorities

Administration officials, economists, and sugar industry experts just wrapped up the 37th International Sweetener Symposium. This year’s event focused on how Farm Bill policies support American food security. Ryan Weston, … Read More The post Sugar Growers Discuss Farm Bill Priorities appeared first on AgNet West.Continue Reading

COVER Act Seeks to Further Incentivize Cover Crop Implementation

The Conservation Opportunity and Voluntary Environment Resilience (COVER) Program Act aims to help increase the use of cover crops. Introduced in the U.S. House by Representatives Cindy Axne and Sean … Read More The post COVER Act Seeks to Further Incentivize Cover Crop Implementation appeared first on AgNet West.Continue Reading

AgNet News Hour: Thursday, 08-04-22

Get the latest agriculture news in today’s AgNet News Hour, hosted by Danielle Leal. Today’s show covers how to participate in the Seeds for Bees program, the Agricultural Labor Relations Voting … Read More The post AgNet News Hour: Thursday, 08-04-22 appeared first on AgNet West.Continue Reading

Discussion on Higher Input Costs

Taking a wider look at higher ag input costs. That’s coming up on This Land of Ours. American Agri-Women hosted the Global Food and Energy Supply Conversation recently to respond … Read More The post Discussion on Higher Input Costs appeared first on AgNet West.Continue Reading

California is Experiencing a Shortage of Ag Mechanics Teachers

Agriculture education in California is continually going through struggles as it attempts to keep up with the growing population of students joining agriculture programs. While the expansion of agriculture education … Read More The post California is Experiencing a Shortage of Ag Mechanics Teachers appeared first on AgNet West.Continue Reading

MSOB: Determining Where Biologicals Fit in IPM Program

Several factors need to be considered when looking to add biologicals to an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program. Vice President of Field Development and Technical Services for Marrone Bio, Timothy … Read More The post MSOB: Determining Where Biologicals Fit in IPM Program appeared first on AgNet West.Continue Reading

Agriculture Coalition Letter to Senate on Farm Labor

The Agriculture Workforce Coalition is calling on the Senate to pass an agriculture workforce reform bill this Congress. The coalition sent a letter to Senate leaders this week, which was … Read More The post Agriculture Coalition Letter to Senate on Farm Labor appeared first on AgNet West.Continue Reading