Rice production information for Colusa, Glenn and Yolo Counties.
|Sacramento Valley Pest Management - Virtual Webinar|| |
UCCE Virtual Webinar
Sacramento Valley Pest Management
Wednesday, December 9th - 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
9:00 am - Weeds in Rice Research Update - Whitney Brim-DeForest, UCCE Rice & Wild Rice Advisor
9:30 am - Rice Pest Management Update - Luis Espino, UCCE Rice Farming Systems Advisor
10:15 am - Integrated Pest Management of Processing Tomatoes - Amber Vinchesi-Vahl, UCCE Vegetable Crops Advisor
10:45 am - Field Crop Pest Management Update - Sarah Light, UCCE Agronomy Advisor
11:30 am - Regulatory Update - Scott Bowden, Dep. Ag Commissioner, Sutter County
Registration Fee $25
Link and instructions to join Zoom will be emailed to registrants
DPR and CCA Continuing Education Credits Pending: 2.0 hours "Other", 0.5 hours Laws & Regs
Registration Here: http://ucanr.edu/survey/survey.cfm?surveynumber=32431
|Unsolicited Seed Shipments from China|| |
COLUSA COUNTY AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT
|CANCELLED - Training for field workers in Spanish 3-24-20|| |
The meeting "Training for field workers in Spanish" scheduled for March 24 has being cancelled in order to comply with the guidelines released by the California Department of Public Health. We are working on rescheduling the event and will communicate the new date promptly.
If you have any questions, please call me, 530-635-6234.
Rice Farm Advisor, UCCE Butte and Glenn Counties
|Soil, Water, and Pest Mgmt Training for Field works in Spanish|| |
Meeting Announcement: Training for Field Workers in Spanish
"Soil, Water, and Pest Management Training for Field Workers in Spanish"
Tuesday, March 24th, 2020, 8:00 - 11:30
142A Garden Highway, Yuba City
This training is for field managers and operators working on field crops such as rice, wheat, alfalfa, beans, sunflower, etc. Tree crops managers and operators are welcomed as well, but the emphasis will be in field crops.
The training aims to give field workers without formal education a basic understanding of plant physiology, soil management, water use, and pest management, so they understand field operations better and become more engaged in the farming operations.
The training will be conducted in Spanish. For questions, contact Luis Espino, 530-635-6234 or Sarah Light, 530-822-7515.
|Meeting Announcement - 2020 Rice Grower Meetings|| |
2020 Annual Rice Grower Meetings
Sponsored by UC Cooperative Extension
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WHERE & WHEN
Richvale: Monday, Jan. 13, 8:30am, Evangelical Church, 5219 Church St., Richvale
Willows: Monday, Jan. 13, 1:30pm, Glenn County Office of Education, 311 South Villa Avenue, Willows
Colusa: Tuesday, Jan. 14, 8:30 am, Colusa Casino Resort, 3770 Hwy 45, Colusa
Yuba City: Tuesday, Jan. 14, 1:30 pm, Veterans Hall, 1425 Veterans Memorial Circle, Yuba City
Woodland: Wednesday, Jan. 15, 1:30 pm, Norton Hall, 70 Cottonwood St, Woodland
TIME: Doors open at 8:00 am and meetings start at 8:30 am at Richvale and Colusa.Doors open at 1:00 pm and meetings start at 1:30 pm at Glenn, Yuba City and Woodland.
8:00 am (1:00 pm) Doors open, sign-in, coffee
8:30 am (1:30 pm) Call meeting to order
Rice Research Board Nominations – Dana Dickey, Rice Research Board
8:35 am (1:35 pm) California Rice Commission Referendum – Tim Johnson, California Rice Commission
8:50 am (1:50 pm) Drinking Water Well Requirement – Roberta Firoved, California Rice Commission
9:00 am (2:00 pm) Rice Pesticide and Regulatory Update – County Ag Commissioner
9:15 am (2:15 pm) Variety Update – Kent McKenzie, Rice Experiment Station
9:30 am (2:30 pm) Weedy Rice – Whitney Brim-DeForest, UCCE
9:45 am (2:45 pm) Disease Management – Luis Espino, UCCE
10:00 am (3:00 pm) Arthropod Management – Ian Grettenberger, UCCE
10:15 am (3:15 pm
|August 2018|| |
Don't forget the rice field day! - Management of stem rot - New watergrass species - Testing for suspected herbicide resistance - Rice Yield Contest
|June 2018|| |
Rice Production Workshop - Planting recap for 2018 - Weed control in rice: matching herbicides with weeds of your field - A weed problem all rice growers should be aware of: weedy rice.
|April 2018|| |
Fertility Management Tips - Look Out for New Weed Species - Early Season Arthropod Management Update - Armyworms 2018: Get Ready - 2018 Yield Contest
|November 2017|| |
2017 Rice Recap - Delta Rice Recap - End of Year Weedy Rice Update - Armyworms Again
|August 2017|| |
Herbicide Resistance in Rice - Rice Disease Update - Time for Weedy Rice Scouting - Rice Yield Contest - Don't Forget the Rice Field Day!
|June 2017|| |
Nitrogen and Water Management - How to Select Follow-up Herbicides - Armyworms Revisited - Cass Mutters Retires - 2017 Yield Contest
|May 2017|| |
Managing rice in a late planted year
|March 2017|| |
Summary of 2016 University of California Rice Variety Trials - Biological Characteristics of Weedy Rice Compared to Cultivated Rice - Workshop Announcement: Insect Pest Management in Rice Mills and Rice Storage Facilities.
|September 2016|| |
Red Alert! - Best Management Practices for Weedy Red Rice - 2016 Armyworm Wrap Up
|July 2016|| |
Don't forget the rice field day! - 2016 Rice Yield Contest - Rice Weed Course - Armyworm Update - Emerging Weed Issues - Meet our New Rice Advisor in Sutter, Yuba, Placer and Sacramento Counties
|May 2016|| |
Weedy Red Rice - Best Management Practices for Weedy Red Rice - Winged Water-Primrose Update
|March 2016|| |
Summary of 2015 University of California rice variety trials - When is the optimal time to plant rice in the Sacramento Valley? - Preparing for armyworms.
|August 2015|| |
Collecting weed seeds for herbicide-resistance testing - Armyworm outbreak: what's next? - Salinity management in rice - Rice Production Workshop presentations available on-line - Resistant Weed Testing Form
|June 2015|| |
Meeting Announcement: Rice Production Workshop - New UC Rice On-line - Midseason Nitrogen - Diseases and Cultural Practices - Bird Habitat Program Continues and Expands
|April 2015|| |
Tadpole shrimp research update; Arthropod management update
|February 2015|| |
Summary of 2014 University of California Statewide Rice Variety Trials, Managing rice with limited water
|August 2014|| |
Water Management to Mitigate Blanking, Rice Yields Components, Rice Strawlage, Planning Harvest and Rice Field Day announcement.
|June 2014|| |
Management of Propanil Resistant Sedges - Midseason Nitrogen Fertilizers - Bird Habitat Continues and Expands - Factors Related to Rice Blast Incidence and Severity - Chris Greer Appointed Vice Provost for University of California Division of Agriculture & Natural Resources
|April 2014|| |
Managing rice with limited water - Flooding time and seedling pests - Stay up-to-date with the UC Rice Blog
|February 2014|| |
Summary of 2013 University of California Statewide Rice Variety Trials
|April 2013|| |
Summary of 2012 University of California Statewide Rice Variety Trials
|July 2012|| |
Propanil-resistant smallflower umbrellasedge - Armyworms - Rice Experiment Station Field Day announcement
|June 2012|| |
Behavior of winged primrose willow and herbicide options for control - Rice tillering.
|May 2012|| |
Potassium fertility in rice - Managing late planted rice
|March 2012|| |
Summary of 2011 University of California Statewide Rice Variety Trials
|September 2011|| |
Weed alert: new weed identified in California rice.
|August 2011|| |
Rice blast: more of the same with a bit of a twist in 2011 - Armyworms - 2011: About the same as last year.
|June 2011|| |
Salinity in rice fields - Difficult start for 2011.
|May 2011|| |
Early pests of rice: tadpole shrimp and rice seed midge
|April 2011|| |
2010 rice variety trials results - How much phosphorus should you apply? - New UC Rice Blog - Rice Winter Meetings and Rice Production Workshop presentations available on-line - Contributions of California rice farmers to the economy - New UC ANR publications.
|September 2010||What a year for rice blast - How long does it take for rice to ripen? - Measuring grain moisture content before harvest - Insects of farm stored rice - Using a desiccant to accelerate dry down.||9/24/10|
|June 2010||Temperature and plant growth, midseason nitrogen fertilizer, managing weed populations to protect against herbicide resistance.||6/24/10|
|April 2010||Pre-plant nitrogen starter application, nitrogen and early drains, managing late planted rice, early season rice diseases.||4/27/10|
|March 2010||2009 rice variety trial results, red rice update, rice water weevil distribution in California rice fields.||3/8/10|
|July 2009||Panicle initiation and differentiation, herbicide programs for resistant late watergrass, managing nitrogen fertilization for early season drains||7/31/09|
|May 2009||Monitoring early pests, herbicide programs for resistant late watergrass, measuring salinity of irrigation water||5/19/09|
|April 2009||2008 rice statistics 2008 rice variety trials results Red rice survey What is the real cause of high rice prices?||4/8/09|
|August 2008||Rice Experiment Station Field Day, panicle blanking, blast, fighting mosquitoes in Colusa County.||8/4/08|
|July 2008||Top-dressing, rice leafminer, armyworms||10/29/09|
|April 2008||Phosphate and Rice-Field Algae Understanding Nitrogen Losses Due to Early Field Drainage Straw Incorporation and Nitrogen Management||9/30/10|
|March 2008||2007 variety trials results for Colusa, Glenn and Yolo Counties.||3/20/09|
|February 2008||Rice straw meeting announcement, alternative stand establishment methods management tips, rice establishment systems in 2007||1/31/08|
|January 2008||2008 Winter meetings locations and agenda. Announcement of the Rice Technical Working Group meeting in San Diego, Feb. 18-21 2008||11/26/08|
|August 2007||Announcing our new Rice Advisor Resistant Watergrass Control Field Meeting - September 5, 2007||8/12/08|