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Tulare County Crop Report

For the week ending Jan. 12, 2013. Small grains & field crops: Dryland grains and winter forage crops continue to grow well. However, many farmers are currently undecided regarding further planting. Dried beans are being exported to the Caribbean. Grazing-off of alfalfa fields has virtually ended, as growers are preparing for herbicide applications. Deciduous tree […]

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United Way of TC names new executive director

Rosemary Caso, branch Executive Director of the YMCA, has been named Executive Director of United Way of Tulare County. Caso began her new job on Jan. 2, taking over from Exeter’s own Ernie Hernandez, who served as executive director for 26 years. Caso brings to the position nine years in early childhood development and program […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

For the week ending Dec. 29, 2012. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Winter forage crops continue to grow well, with most plantings already sprouting due to adequate soil moisture resulting from the continuing rains. Field activities have slowed because of the recent rains but should pick up later in the week. All cotton fields […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

For the week ending Dec. 29, 2012. Small grains and other field crops: Winter forage crops continue to grow well, with most plantings already sprouting due to adequate soil moisture resulting from the continuing rains. Field activities have slowed because of the recent rains but should pick up later in the week. All cotton fields […]

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Many happy returns

No matter how carefully you shop for the perfect gift, occasionally the item is the wrong size, an unflattering color, or it simply doesn’t meet the recipient’s desires or needs. To minimize the hassle of post-holiday returns, the Better Business Bureau (BBB) advises shoppers to ask about retailers’ return policies before making a purchase. Retain receipts until […]

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Crop Row

California leads winter farmers markets With the benefit of relatively mild winter weather and year-round crops, California has expanded its offerings of winter farmers markets to more than 280. That’s nearly double last year’s total and the most in the nation. The US Agriculture Department says year-round and winter markets lead to more stability for […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

For the week ending Dec. 22. Small Grains & Field Crops: Winter forage crops continue to germinate and grow well due to adequate soil moisture from recent rains. Alfalfa growth and harvest has slowed due to cold, damp weather. The Cotton Plowdown Regulations will be enforced starting Dec. 20. Most growers are in full compliance […]

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VCB merges with Fresno-based CVBC

Central Valley Community Bancorp (NASDAQ: CVCY), a bank holding company headquartered in Fresno, California, and Visalia Community Bank (OTCBB: VSMU), headquartered in Visalia, California, jointly announced on Dec. 20 that a definitive merger agreement has been signed by both parties. Under the terms of the agreement, Visalia Community Bank, with four branches in Visalia and […]

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Crop Report

Tulare County Crop Report For week ending Dec.15, 2012 Small grains and other field crops: Planted winter forage crops continue to germinate and grow well due to adequate soil moisture from the recent rains. Cotton plow down continues with most fields already shredded and disced in compliance with the Pink Bollworm host-free period. The December […]

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Lindsay market moves indoors for the winter

Since it began in 2004, Lindsay’s Friday Night Market has become the largest market of its kind in Tulare County. A few thousand people pack into downtown Lindsay every Friday to frequent more than 200 vendors selling everything from fresh produce to plaid shirts. It is also the one of the longest, held every Friday […]

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