University of California, Davis Releases 2 New Strawberry Varieties

Red, ripe strawberries are the hallmark of spring in California. Two new varieties from the Public Strawberry Breeding Program at the University of California, Davis, will provide consumers with big, flavorful strawberries throughout fall and winter, too.

Climate Ready Landscape Plants: $ 1 Million Grant to Expand Program to Western States

A research project initiated in the Department of Plant Sciences, UC Davis, evaluates landscape plants in two-year trials under varying irrigation levels to determine the best irrigation level for optimal plant performance in regions requiring supplemental summer water.

Harold McClarty to be Honored With an Award of Distinction at UC Davis

Harold McClarty, a fifth-generation California farmer who built the international tree fruit and grape-growing business HMC Farms, will be honored October 4 with an Award of Distinction from the UC Davis College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CA&ES).

UC Davis Study Shows Effects Of Climate Change On Oyster Farming

A four-year academic study funded by California Sea Grant and conducted by lead researcher Ted Grosholz of UC Davis found that oyster habitats in bays and estuaries along the California coast can be impacted by climate change.