The American Chemistry Council kicked off a campaign Jan. 25 to educate the public on what they see as weaknesses with a cancer agency’s methods of assessing hazards.
This approach to controlling citrus greening, by blocking bacterial transmission by the psyllid, runs contrary to existing ‘kill the insect’ strategies. Read moreRead More »
The U.S. Drought Monitor shows the state has suffered from drought conditions for five years. But that’s only part of the story, says Steve Runyan, a farm and rural real estate appraiser based in Bakersfield. The other parts of the story have to do with water use and distribution problems.[…]Read More »