California citrus growers say six nights of freezing temperatures will likely damage this year’s orange crop but no disruption is expected to supplies.
Scheduled precipitation this week could be key for California’s citrus and berry industries.
The state’s economy as a whole may still be limping along, but one sector seems to be red hot these days.
A coalition of health and environmental groups has stirred up a hornet’s nest at the State Department of Food and Agriculture, contending that the state is too quick to use pesticides to eradicate invasive pests.
The rainy weather we’ve experienced over the last few months may bring some unexpected benefits for one regional economy.
California citrus growers braced for subfreezing temperatures that threatened to damage crops in the state’s Central Valley citrus belt.
MORGAN HILL, Calif. (KCBS) _ The cool summer weather in the Bay Area may be a relief to some, but it has many farmers up and down the state feeling a bit nervous.