- Author: Mark Lundy
We need your help to better understand the current status of small grain production in California and how to focus our research and extension efforts moving forward.
If you are involved in the California grain industry, we would appreciate your participation in the survey at this link:
The survey is designed to take less than 10 minutes. We would also greatly appreciate your sharing the survey link or a link to this blog post with pertinent individuals in your networks.
Thanks, in advance, for your participation!
This is the first post in our new blogging platform created as part of the ongoing improvements and developments from the UC Agronomy Research and Information Center (AgRIC). We envision this small grains blog to be a place for field notes, announcements, and discussions of interest to growers, consultants, agronomists and others involved in the California small grain industry.
For our first post we are happy to report on a successful Fall 2016 planting campaign for our regional small grain testing program. In all, we established variety tests at 11 fall-sown sites. Nine of these sites are located in the Sacramento, San Joaquin and Imperial Valleys: all 9 have common spring wheat varieties; 5...