Livestock & Range News
Livestock and Range News is a newsletter published by the Farm Advisor containing research, news and meeting notices related to the areas of livestock, range, pasture, and natural resources
|November 2020 Livestock and Range News (954KB)||
*Livestock and Range New*
|How will a Fire Affect Annual Rangeland and What Should You Consider Doing, September 2020 (1,667KB)||9/24/20|
|Foothill abortion vaccine available (1,365KB)||
The foothill abortion vaccine developed by Dr. Jeff Stott’s lab at UC Veterinary Medicine is now available commercially for purchase. Hygieia Biological Laboratories in Woodland is both producing and distributing the vaccine. Aministering the vaccine will take coordination between your veterinarian, Hygieia, and your own schedules so preparation three weeks in advance is important. Click the link to learn the details.
In the Clover
4-H monthly newsletter for Tehama County families. Events, updates and information are included in each issue.
|April 2021 (3,295KB)||3/31/21|
|Community Service Opportunity (78KB)||
4-H Rocket Launch volunteer opportunity. Members interested in volunteering should contact Russ directly. Thank You!
|March 1, 2021 (1,523KB)||
We would like to apologize, we had 2 individuals that were accidentally cut off on the clover that was sent out to families. We would like to recognize Natalee Ross and Aiden Flood for Silver Star Awards.
Fruit & Nut
Newsletters and announcement for walnuts, almonds and prunes
|March 2021 -SVR WALNUT Newsletter Vol#4 (3,797KB)||
IN THIS ISSUE
¨ New walnut variety ‘UC Wolfskill’ released
¨ Pulling the trigger for the start of irrigation in the spring:
Too much too soon for walnuts?
¨ Tree and Vine Crop Herbicide Chart – Updated (2021)
¨ 2021 Walnut Fungicide & Bactericide Efficacy & Timing Tables
¨ New Staff Research Associate Introduction
¨ Did you miss the UCCE Virtual Walnut Series? Recordings are up!
|March 2021-SVR PRUNE Newsletter-Vol #3||
IN THIS ISSUE
o Orchard Considerations for Bloom and Beyond, 2021
o Mechanical Pruning of Prune Trees Update
o Bloom Review, 2020
o PRUNE (DRIED PLUM): CONVENTIONAL FUNGICIDE EFFICACY
o PRUNE (DRIED PLUM): ORGANIC FUNGICIDE EFFICACY
o PRUNE (DRIED PLUM): TREATMENT TIMING
|February 2021-SVR ALMOND Newsletter - Vol #2 (4,574KB)||
IN THIS ISSUE
Water and Land Resource Manager
Technology transfer of information for local leaders, growers, land owners, agency representativies, producers and industry support personnel. Conveying advances in irrigation and soil management.
|Postponed- Irrigated Pasture Workshop and Prescribed Fire Workshop (1,602KB)||
— MEETINGS POSTPONED —
due to the concern of the Coronavirus, these meetings have been postponed until a later date.
|October 2019 Water & Irrigation Newsletter and Meeting Announcements (4,990KB)||
Detailed Meeting Announcements
Mark Your Calendars - General Info Provided
|Sustainable Groundwater Management Meeting Announcement (2,419KB)||
Soil Testing Articles
Series of articles written to help understand results from a soil test.
|General Overview of soil testing and the types of information provided from them. (28KB)||
A look at the basic principals of soil science that influence soil testing and the types of information contained in the reports.
|Interpreting Soil pH and Saturation Precentage Measurements (36KB)||
This article will focus on the role of soil testing in orchard management, describe steps to acquire informative soil testing information, and discuss two of the more familiar parameters in a soil test report: pH and saturation percentage (SP).
|Primary Plant Nutrients: Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Potassium (34KB)||
This article will focus on the nutrients nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium in orchard management.