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Tulare Co. Crop Report

For the week ending Oct. 19, 2013. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Alfalfa continues to be cut and baled. Black-eyed beans continue to be harvested. Silage corn and sorghum harvest is ongoing. Cotton defoliation has been completed, and picking is in full swing. Deciduous Tree Fruits, Nuts, And Grapes: Stone fruit harvest activities have […]

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Crop Row

Demand for walnuts continues to grow Increasing demand around the world leaves walnut growers optimistic as they continue their annual harvest. People in the walnut business say demand remains very strong both in export markets and domestically. In response, California farmers are planting more walnut trees and say they expect that trend to continue. Farmers […]

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CVCB parent corp. declares 3Q earnings The Board of Directors of Central Valley Community Bancorp (Company) (NASDAQ: CVCY), the parent company of Central Valley Community Bank (Bank), reported today unaudited consolidated net income of $6,039,000, and diluted earnings per common share of $0.57 for the nine months ended September 30, 2013, compared to $5,878,000 and […]

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Government shutdown has impact on ag

Federal agricultural policy experts report that damage to agriculture due to last week’s shutdown of the U.S. government, which occurred for the first time in 17 years due to a gridlocked Congress, will be a wait-and-see situation, at least for the short term. However, those harvesting timber on federal lands expect to feel the effects […]

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Tulare Co. Crop Report

For the week ending Oct. 12, 2013 Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Alfalfa continues to be cut and baled. Black-eyed beans continue to be harvested. Silage corn and sorghum harvest is ongoing. Cotton is being picked and sent to the gins. Deciduous Tree Fruits, Nuts, And Grapes: Stone fruit harvest activities have come slowed […]

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Crop Row

Law sets rules for community-supported agriculture operations If you regularly have a box of produce delivered to you from a local farm, you’re participating in a form of community-supported agriculture. CSA operations have become increasingly popular, and a new state law aims to benefit both farmers and their customers. The law creates a new oversight […]

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Exeter wants you to ‘Shop…for a Cure’

Since the Exeter Relay For Life began five years ago, merchants have always wanted to be involved. There’s just one problem – when you are the owner/employee/cleaning crew/accountant/do everything a sole proprietor when do you have the time to get involved? The Exeter Relay Committee has come up with a way for you to help […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

For the week ending Oct. 5, 2013. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Black-eyed beans continue to be harvested. Cotton fields are maturing and receiving final irrigation. Alfalfa fields continue to be cut and baled with good weather conditions. Sorghum and oats continue to be cut for silage. Sudan grass harvest is on its final […]

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Illegal waste dumping costs Rite Aid $12 mil.

District Attorney Tim Ward, together with 51 other California District Attorneys and two city attorneys, announced yesterday that San Joaquin County Superior Court Judge Linda L. Lofthus has approved a settlement under which Rite Aid Corporation will pay $12,324,000 in settlement of a civil environmental prosecution. The judgment marks the culmination of a lawsuit filed […]

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Woodlake gets its ‘Dollar’s worth at grand opening

Dollar General celebrated the opening of its new Woodlake location on Sept. 28 with free prizes and special deals.  Dollar General will offer Woodlake residents a convenient new place to shop for everyday essential at low prices. As customers waited patiently for the store to open at 8 a.m., Dollar General served coffee and donuts […]

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