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Manure from dairy cows -- like these in Fresno County -- is typically collected in lagoons, which generate the potent greenhouse gas methane. Dairy digesters capture the methane produced by microbial manure decomposition so that it does not escape to the atmosphere and can be used as a source of renewable energy.

Commodities & markets, Conservation & sustainability, Management, Policy, Studies

State Regulation on Livestock Methane and Challenges Faced by the California Dairy Industry

wine-grapes

Commodities & markets, Costs & returns, Management, Studies, wine grapes, winegrapes

UC releases new cost study for growing winegrapes in the northern San Joaquin Valley

hay2

Commodities & markets, Conservation & sustainability, International issues, Management, Policy, Studies

Sensitivity to GE Alfalfa remains Important for Alfalfa Export and Organic Markets

hay2

Commodities & markets, International issues, Management, Policy, Studies

Dynamic hay export growth led by China

sprinklers3

Commodities & markets, Conservation & sustainability, Food security, Management, Policy, Studies

California’s Water: Water for Farms

hyacinth

Media, Policy, Studies

Invasive weeds are a cost for Delta marinas

nitrogen3

Conservation & sustainability, Food security, International issues, Policy, Studies

Underlying drivers of nitrogen flows in California

dairy

Commodities & markets, Food security, International issues, Policy, Studies

The Role of California and Western US Dairy and Forage Crop Industries in Asian Dairy Markets

Commodities & markets, Studies, Wine & winegrapes, wine grapes, winegrapes

Consumer knowledge affects valuation of product attributes: Experimental results for wine

lima-beans-growing

Commodities & markets, Costs & returns, Management, Studies

AIC releases new cost studies for growing Lima Beans

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