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12/8/23 - MyAgLife Episode 199: Interview with UCCE's Franz Niederholzer on Winter Considerations for Tree Nut Orchards
Taylor Chalstrom sits down with Franz Niederholzer, UCCE farm advisor in Colusa, Sutter and Yuba counties, to discuss winter considerations for tree nut orchards, including irrigation, pests and nutrition.
12/1/23 - MyAgLife Episode 198: Interview with Dr. Karl Wyant on Soil Test Protocols for 2024
Taylor Chalstrom sits down with CCA and Nutrien’s Director of Agronomy Dr. Karl Wyant to discuss getting your soil tests in line for 2024 to help guide nutrient management decisions and other practices.
11/24/23 - MyAgLife Episode 197: Interview with California Farm Water Coalition's Mike Wade on Improving Water Management Systems
Taylor Chalstrom sits down with Mike Wade, executive director at California Farm Water Coalition, to discuss updates to the Sites Reservoir project and the importance of improving the state’s water management system.
11/17/2023 - MyAgLife Episode 196: Interview with UCCE's George Zhuang on Mechanical- and Irrigation-based Grape Quality Influences
Taylor Chalstrom sits down with George Zhuang, UCCE viticulture farm advisor in Fresno County, to discuss improving fruit quality while maintaining yield using management practices like mechanical leaf removal or regulated deficit irrigation.
11/10/23 - MyAgLife Episode 195: Interview with UCCE's Jhalendra Rijal on New Beetle Pest in Almond and Pistachio
Taylor Chalstrom sits down with Jhalendra Rijal, UCCE IPM advisor in the northern San Joaquin Valley, to discuss the carpophilus beetle, a pest presenting new challenges for almond and pistachio growers.
11/3/23 - MyAgLife Episode 194: Interview with CalCom Energy's John Volker and Jeff Lounsberry about Major Energy Changes Affecting Ag Producers
Taylor Chalstrom sits down with CalCom Energy's John Volker and Jeff Lounsberry to discuss major changes to the Net Metering Aggregation program, or NEMA, and what these changes mean for the farming community.