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REC AO Blog
Added January 8, 2018
During your recent visits to the grocery store, have you noticed price increases on various products? Very often the problem can come down to pest issues. Read more about what scientists in the south are doing to prevent negative crop damage using...
Added January 2, 2018
Native to Asia, the Asian citrus psyllid, Diaphorina ciri, was first detected in the United States in June 1998 in Palm Beach County, Florida. Since then, ACP has invaded all other US citrus areas. It has been detected in 26 of California's 58...
Added December 20, 2017
‘Tis the season for baking lots of tasty treats. Breads, cookies, cakes, and candy are just a few that come to mind. What makes many of these treats so tasty is the addition of almonds or walnuts to the list of ingredients. In California, we are...
Added December 4, 2017
This weekend is the annual Lindcove REC Fruit Display and Tasting Event! (22963 Carson Ave., Exeter) On Friday, Dec 8, we open from 9-noon for the citrus industry, with tours of various projects at the Center starting at 10 am. ...
Giving Tuesday is November 28th. Why not make a gift to support the Kearney Agricultural Research and Extension Center?Added November 17, 2017
This Giving Tuesday, why not donate to KARE? Donations to KARE will be used to help expand our local programs, including research, extension and outreach. KARE is part of the REC system, which is a strong, vibrant organization of research...