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Weedy Rice Regulation Update

Weedy Rice Regulation Update

We offer the following information relative to the Weedy Rice Regulation being pursued by the Certification Committee regarding additional documents added to the rulemaking file. Interested parties have likely already been following, but we wanted to make sure you were aware of the information. READ MORE

Save the Date: CRC Grower Meetings to be held January 18

Save the Date: CRC Grower Meetings to be held January 18

Mark your calendar for our annual grower meetings, to be held Thursday, January 18, in Yuba City and Colusa.  Information presented with be the same at each venue.

The Yuba City meeting will be held at the Bonanza Inn Event Center, with registration at 8:00 a.m. and the meeting from 8:30 until 11:30 a.m. The afternoon meeting will be at the Colusa Casino Resort Conference Center with 12:30 p.m. registration and the meeting from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. READ MORE

Help needed to support Intrepid® 2F for Armyworm Control

Help needed to support Intrepid® 2F for Armyworm Control

We need help to justify the Intrepid/armyworm section 18 emergency exemption for 2018. Work is underway to register Intrepid on rice. However, the registration will not take place in time for the next use season. It is essential we resubmit the section 18 emergency exemption application to be prepared for armyworm, and to support the future registration. We need help to provide the necessary information. READ MORE

Updating Weedy Rice in California

Updating Weedy Rice in California

The University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE) just posted an update on weedy rice for this season in area rice fields. There were 53 samples submitted for testing, with 15 confirmed to be weedy rice.

An encouraging sign was the level of cooperation by all involved on this subject, which is a key to reducing infestations.

You can find out comprehensive information on weedy rice by logging in to this informative website.

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Comprehensive Farm Bill rewrite may be on the horizon

Comprehensive Farm Bill rewrite may be on the horizon

By Tyson Redpath, The Russell Group

Congress will start early in 2018 rewriting comprehensive food and farm program legislation known as the Farm Bill. This Farm Bill, as leaders on both sides of the aisle have promised, will not be revolutionary after the 2014 act ushered in a new era of farm programs which ended direct, annual payments and instead focused on catastrophic loss protection and enhanced risk management. READ MORE