Harry's 45-year journalism career covers both daily newspapers and agricultural magazines. He was Western Farm Press' first editor and has more than 35 years of experience covering all aspects of high value, irrigated Western agriculture. He is a former member of the California Chapter of the American Society of Agronomy executive council and recipient of the California Association of Pest Control Advisers' (CAPCA) Outstanding Contribution to California Agriculture. Born 7-7-43, Jacksonville, Fla. Raised in Texas where he attended the University of Texas. Harry was a reporter/state editor for newspapers in Texas and Arizona before moving to California in 1975 to begin his career as Western agricultural journalist. Married: 2 children, 5 grandchildren. Lives in Fresno, Calif. Contact Cline at Western Farm Press, 7560 N. Jackson, Fresno, CA 93720. Phone (559) 298-6070. Fax (913) 514-3641.

Posts by Harry Cline

in Farm Press Blog Sep 11, 2013

Extensive PNW testing turns up no more GMO wheat

It is highly unlikely that a bag of conventional wheat seed was inadvertently contaminated by RR wheat....More
in Farm Press Blog Sep 10, 2013

Why peaches were so good this summer

There are peach growers and packers out there who are delivering a beautiful, tasty piece of fruit to consumers. Thanks to you all....More
in Farm Press Blog Aug 23, 2013

Save the cockroaches, flies, fleas, white grubs

Don’t stop short environmental whackos. Cockroaches, fleas, flies and white grubs need your support in trying to ban neonicotinoids....More
in Farm Press Blog Aug 14, 2013

Attaboys aplenty to California, Arizona cotton industry

They’re called attaboys; plaques given to folks by organizations to recognize a person’s work or accomplishments....More
in Farm Press Blog Aug 01, 2013

Conventional grower inherits puncturevine, mites from organic grower

If growers want to play in the philosophical organic market, they must follow organic production laws. Organic producers can only use crop protection....More
in Farm Press Blog Jul 23, 2013

Peaches should not go crunch

Peaches should not go crunch. Unfortunately, I have bitten into far too many peaches of late that snapped like an apple. And most were too small to....More
in Farm Press Blog Jul 08, 2013

Ask questions at farmers’ markets

Just because a farmer's market vendor says it's true does not make it true. Ask questions; legitimate farmers will be glad to answer them....More
in Farm Press Blog Jul 02, 2013

Hey, Lou, I want to buy a computer

Abbott and Costello in today's computer world. Only for those who remember the comic duo and are frustrated with computers....More
in Farm Press Blog Jun 24, 2013

Oregon GMO mystery wheat is a whodunit

The discovery of unapproved Rounup Ready soft white wheat in eastern Oregon has been called a “mystery.” It is no mystery. Someone planted it....More
in Farm Press Blog May 30, 2013

Thank you Center for Food Safety for costing farmers millions

Please send a thank you note to Andrew Kimbrell, executive director, The Center for Food Safety, 660 Pennsylvania Ave. SE #302, Washington, D.C....More
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