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
Sonny Hatley innovator, role model
Sonny Hatley is one of those folks who, within 15 minutes of meeting, you say, What's not to like about this fellow?
Cotton market may be emerging from doldrums
U.S. cotton is like a heralded triple threat baseball player with a threat now missing. Picking of the 2007-2008 crop
Cotton market may be emerging from doldrums
U.S. cotton is like a heralded triple threat baseball player with a threat now missing. Picking of the 2007-2008 crop
The good, bad of Texas rain
Texas Rio Grande Valley and Coastal Bend cotton farmers have been treading water and watching sorghum heads
The good and bad of Texas rain
Texas Rio Grande Valley and Coastal Bend cotton farmers have been treading water and watching sorghum heads sprout.
Soaked Southwest farmers view dry, diversified West
The rain gauge at the new Superior Almond Hulling Company near Interstate 5 and Highway 33 on the West Side of the San
Gil Replogle is High Cotton winner for Western Region
Sleepless nights are another of life’s inevitables along with taxes and countless others. University of California
Research program cooperation brings benefits to state's growers
Sleepless nights are another of life's inevitables along with taxes and countless others. University of California
Calcot's South Texas acreage doubles in size
Fundamentals are in place for higher cotton prices for the 2006-07 crop. The only thing that prevents Calcot President
Calcot buys SWIG cotton warehouses
For the second time in two years, Calcot, the largest cotton marketing cooperative in the West, has gone east to find
Responses positive for online course
Excellent course, commented Erath County, Texas, rancher Tim Zboril after completing the online continuing education
Rotation in West Texas Means Changing Cotton Varieties
Rotation to a West Texas farmer means occasionally changing cotton varieties, according to Dan Krieg, long time Texas
Biological aflatoxin-fight product OK'd
The Environmental Protection Agency has approved commercial use of a unique biopesticides that reduces aflatoxin in
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