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Tulare County Crop Report

TULARE CO. CROP REPORT For the week ending June 24, 2017. SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Alfalfa fields are making excellent progress; and being irrigated, cut, and baled. Corn and sorghum for silage continues being planted, cultivated, and irrigated. The corn silage crop is in various stages, from newly planted to already producing tassels. […]

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Watch out for card skimming scam

@TheSunGazette tulare county — The Tulare County Sheriff’s Office received reports of credit and debit card skimming machines at two gas stations in southern Tulare County. The Sheriff’s Department would like residents to be vigilant to avoid becoming a victim. To prevent cards from possible fraud, there are a few steps to follow. First, only use ATMs […]

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Citrus Research Board grower seminar returns to Exeter

@TheSunGazette visalia – Shortly after California citrus growers agreed to fund the Citrus Research Board (CRB) for another five years, the Visalia-based group went right back to work. CRB announced last week the return of the Citrus Grower Seminar Series, co-produced by the University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE). Three different meeting dates and locations […]

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Living every girl’s dream

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN lindsay – Holly Ford’s childhood dreams weren’t all that different from other little girls. She wanted to ride horses and live on a ranch with lots of animals. The only difference is that Holly has been living her dream for the last seven years and her daughter’s have never known anything […]

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Tulare County crop report

SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: With wheat silage harvest almost completed most fields are being planted with summer beans, silage corn, Sudan grass, and silage sorghum. Wheat harvest for grain has begun, and the left over wheat straw is being baled. Alfalfa fields are making excellent progress; and being irrigated, cut, and baled. Corn […]

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California adds $9.6 million to fight against citrus disease

@TheSunGazette sacramento – California will spend an additional $9.6 million this year in the fight against a deadly tree disease that has already decimated the citrus industries in Florida and Texas. The money was authorized on May 26 when Gov. Jerry Brown signed SB 243, which increases the annual budget for the California Department of Food […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: The last of the winter wheat is being dried and baled. Alfalfa fields are making excellent progress; and being cut, dried, and baled. Last year’s Black-eyed beans are being exported to Hong Kong, Korea, and Malaysia. Corn continues being planted, and earlier planted fields are growing well. Corn field […]

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Uber through Exeter

By Mackenzie Carmen @MCarmen549 exeter – Exeter’s streets are full with cars these day, but Carolyn Griswold is not your typical driver. Griswold is Exeter’s first Uber driver. On June 1, the Exeter Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting, inviting Griswold into the city. Griswold has actually been driving through Exeter’s streets for many […]

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LoBue sells Exeter packinghouse

@TheSunGazette exeter – An Exeter packing house now has an Exeter title. Lindsay-based LoBue Bros. sold its packinghouse at 662 N. Spruce Road in Exeter to Exeter-Ivanhoe Citrus Association earlier this year. LoBue Bros. President Philip LoBue said the longtime Lindsay packing company sold the facility because it was becoming less a part of their […]

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