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 by Harry Cline
Palmer amaranth resistance spreads in Texas High Plains
Glyphosate-resistant palmer amaranth was identified in seven west Texas High Plains counties along the New Mexico border last cotton growing season, up from one county the year before.
Chad Crivelli is 2013 Farm Press High Cotton Award winner for Far West region
Chad Crivelli grew his first cotton crop in 1995 as an FFA project. He was the first-ever national fiber crop award winner from California — and he’s been growing cotton ever since.
Roadway spikes nab farm copper thieves
In the old West, if a fellow got caught stealing a man’s horse, the thief would likely be invited to an impromptu necktie party.
Cotton paves way for San Joaquin Valley grower
Don Cameron’s three decades of farming on the West Side of California’s San Joaquin Valley can be defined by the numbers 3 and 26.
Bruce Heiden is High Cotton Award winner for West region
W. Bruce Heiden, who is this year’s Far West Farm Press/Cotton Foundation High Cotton award winner, is closing in on his sixth decade of growing cotton in an environment unlike that of any other U.S. Cotton Belt state.
Bill CFC $230 million for protecting us
The reaction to the Supreme Court ruling on whether American farmers can plant Roundup Ready alfalfa any time soon was
Commentary from the should-be-dead
I probably should not be writing this commentary since I must be dead, according to the Environmental Working Group
An unexpected view from an unexpected source
When farmers and agribusiness leaders seethe over newspaper reporting of agriculture, I get a bit defensive. I want to
New farm labor rules coming
On the eve of spring harvest of hand-picked fruit and vegetable crops, the onerous and mostly ineffective H-2A program
Precision agriculture advancing rapidly
The mechanization of American agriculture has been ranked as one of the top 10 engineering accomplishments of the past
Allen Pierucci wins High Cotton Award for West Region
Buttonwillow, Calif., is a major stop for motorists traveling Interstate 5 from Los Angeles to San Francisco. Laid out
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
California's water crisis has human face
Experts say only 36 percent of Californians would approve a major water bond issue today in a state that is riddled
Signs point to upturn in Pima cotton demand
The 20-year meteoric ride for American Pima cotton in California’s San Joaquin Valley spiraled down over the past two
Feeding at the public trough — confession time
I have been to the public trough and partaken. Not just a sip. It was a Big Gulp. No, it was not the soda straw taste
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