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The University of California Cooperative Extension in collaboration with Santa Rosa Junior College, Small Business Development Center, and the Latino Service Providers, will provide training and a full range of supportive tools and resources to beginning farmers and ranchers in Sonoma County.
Soil application of the entomopathogenic fungus Metarhizium brunneum protects strawberry plants from spider mite damage
Entomopathogenic fungus Beauveria bassiana is known to endophytically colonize various plants and provide protection against arthropod pests. Information of such endophytic interaction of another entomopathogenic fungus Metarhizium brunneum...
Entomopathogen Beauveria bassiana is a soilborne fungus which is commercially available for pest management in organic and conventional agriculture. Although numerous studies demonstrated the interaction of B. bassiana with various arthropod...
Please help me by completing the UCCE Livestock & Range Social Media for Program Delivery Survey at: http://t.co/C9koJHUPp5 Social media for UCCE Extension delivery is generally faster and less expensive than traditional methods that...
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Sonoma - Marin Young Farmers & Ranchers
What's the top challenge facing the nation's young farmers and ranchers? According to an annual survey conducted by the American Farm Bureau Federation, it's finding and securing land to grow crops and raise animals. Despite that and other challenges, the national survey found young farmers remain optimistic: More than 90 percent said they're better off than they were five years ago. Three-quarters said they consider communicating with their customers to be a formal part of their jobs.
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