Study Shows Tons Of Unharvested Produce In California Left To Rot In The FieldsA groundbreaking study of farming practices in the nation's breadbasket of Northern and Central California shows that, after harvesting, there are tons of food left over and left to rot in the fields while Bay Area families are going hungry.
Environmental Coalition Targets Illegal Pot Farms on California Public LandIn the Northern California wilderness, authorities are assessing the environmental impact and cleanup costs at a site where trees were clear-cut, waterways were diverted, and the ground was littered with open containers of fertilizer in September.
SJ Plan To Preserve Coyote Valley Is A Boon For Environmentalists But A Bust For DevelopersSan Jose has reached an agreement with environmental groups to preserve 937 acres in the Coyote Valley from development, but landowners are skeptical.
'Game-Changer' West Coast-Bred Cosmic Crisp Apple Set to Hit Stores Dec. 1Cosmic Crisp is the first apple ever bred in Washington state, which grows the majority of the United States' apples and, already, growers of the new variety have planted 12 million trees.
Pumpkin Season Highlights Half Moon Bay's Challenges In Agriculture IndustryIt's pumpkin season in Half Moon Bay and the fields are ablaze in orange. The kids and families are filling up the pumpkin patches and cars jamming the highway. It's all part of an October tradition.
Licensed Marijuana Businesses Struggle to Stay Solvent as Black-Market Producers Drain Cash From MarketFor many of those trying to make it in California's legal cannabis market, just keeping the lights on has been a survival story.
Wine Country Growers Grapple With Grape GlutA massive harvest for grape growers in the North Bay means vintners have too many grapes and don't know what to do with the inventory.
Fruit Fly Threatening Brentwood's Multi-Million Dollar CropsA nasty new pest is threatening to invade the Brentwood area’s multi-million dollar fruit crops.
Destructive Peach Fruit Fly Detected In Contra Costa CountyAgricultural officials in eastern Contra Costa County are planning an eradication effort and an extensive pest survey after the detection of an insect that threatens the region’s crops and other natural resources.
Trade Tensions, India Tariffs Put California Almonds At RiskAlong large swaths of California's lush central valley, almonds in the fuzzy hulls of tree leaves blow in the wind on thousands of acres of orchards.
Gilroy Garlic Producers Cheer China TariffsGilroy garlic growers are applauding new tariffs on Chinese products, saying they will help level the playing field with growers who they say"dump" garlic in the U.S. market.
Unseasonable Rain in Napa Valley Threatens Chardonnay Grape YieldIt's a delicate time for flowering Chardonnay vines and a heavy rainfall can interfere with their pollination.
Heavy May Storm Brings Trouble For Gilroy Cherry GrowersUnusually heavy rain for the month of May is making cherry growers in Santa Clara County nervous.
Sonoma Wine Producers Commit to Sustainable ViticultureSonoma County wine producers aim to become the first 100 percent sustainable wine-growing region in the U.S.
California Grower Recalls Avocados Over Possible ListeriaHenry Avocado, a grower and distributor based near San Diego, is voluntarily recalling whole avocados over possible listeria contamination.