Harry Cline

Harry
Cline
Editor,
Western Farm Press

Harry's 33-year journalism career covers both daily newspapers and agricultural magazines. He was Western Farm Press' first editor and has more than 25 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 1993 recipient California Agricultural Production Consultants Association's Outstanding Contribution to California Agriculture. Born 7-7-43, Jacksonville, Fla. Raised in Texas where he attended the University of Texas. Worked for newspapers in Texas and Arizona before moving to California in 1975 to begin career as Western agricultural journalist. Received awards for feature writing and headline writing from Arizona Press Club. Married: 2 children, three grandchildren. Lives in Fresno, Calif. Contact Cline at Western Farm Press, 7084 Cedar Avenue, No. 355, Fresno, CA 93720. Phone (559) 298-6070. Fax (913) 514-3641.

Articles
Precision ag next great move
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High Cotton: Allen Pierucci
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Managing MRL for crop exports
Bungled business efforts can lead to embarrassment, evidenced by the recent Northwest Airlines flight that overshot the
Biopesticides beyond organics
Biopesticides are not just for organic farming any more. Then again, they never have been. Pam Marrone, a longtime
Consolidation on farms, in machinery
There are 2.2 million commercial farms in the U.S., each producing crops or livestock valued at a minimum of
WTO award no win, but no loss
The World Trade Organization arbitration report on the infamous Brazilian cotton case says the U.S. will have to
Signs of upturn in Pima demand
The 20-year meteoric ride for American Pima cotton in California’s San Joaquin Valley spiraled down over the past two
High Cotton: Danny Locke
Danny Locke is known as much as a wrangler and horseman as he is recognized as a successful cotton farmer. For years
Difficult trend for U.S. cotton
Economists are seldom mistaken for good humor men. They are more the Dragnet Joe Friday type; “Just the facts ….”
Pension fund ag investments growing
Agricultural investments by the nation’s 1,000 private and public pension funds account for about 5 percent of the
Pilot program reduces crop insurance costs for trait corn varieties
Agricultural biotechnology is moving into a new era next season in four Midwest states where the USDA Risk Management
Pension fund investments in agriculture grow rapidly
Agricultural investments by the nation's 1,000 private and public pension funds account for about 5 percent of the
Pilot insurance program cheaper for trait variety
Agricultural biotechnology is moving into a new era next season in four Midwest states where the USDA Risk Management
U.S. cotton spent year battling for respect
Rodney Dangerfield got more respect than the U.S. cotton industry has received over the past year from so-called friend
NCC chairman: U.S. cotton battled for respect in 2007
Rodney Dangerfield got more respect than the U.S. cotton industry has received over the past year from so-called friend
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