March 7th AM Live Ag Report

FRESNO, Calif.

They were in Bakersfield on Tuesday and are set for another seminar Wednesday in Parlier.

Growers are talking about their industry including tractor safety tips, pest management and sustainable wine growing. They're also expected to talk about crop insurance and how to deal with dry seasons.

The seminars wrap up Thursday morning in Ceres.

The sporadic rain throughout California is helping some crops, but also hurting others.

According to the California crop weather report, grains are showing good growth and steady development in parts of the state receiving rain and irrigation. But the lack of moisture in other parts is slowing crop development.

The weather is forcing some producers in Tulare County to start early summer vegetables in greenhouses. However, things are looking good in Stanislaus County, where asparagus, lettuce, kale and spinach are growing well.

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