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Holloway Acquires Strategic Stake in AgSoilworks

2021-03-19T21:22:13+00:00

By Holloway Ag Companies Partner to Launch ‘Soils First’ Solutions for Ag Developments The Holloway Group has acquired a strategic stake in California AgSoilworks, a precision orchard and vineyard development company. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed. The combined strength of the two companies delivers a “soils first” sustainable solution for agriculture developments, expanding their complementary farm management services to growers throughout the Western U.S. Founded in 2006, Paso Robles, Calif.-based AgSoilworks is an agriculture land development company that leverages patented ripping tools to provide precision development solutions to commercial growers in California, Oregon and Arizona. Founded [...]

Holloway Acquires Strategic Stake in AgSoilworks2021-03-19T21:22:13+00:00

Featured Grower Series: Slover Brothers Trucking

2021-03-04T23:15:10+00:00

By Holloway Ag Featured Grower Series: Slover Brothers Trucking Slover Brothers Trucking has been delivering amendments to farmers across the Central Valley since the 1940s. Originally started by Fred Slover and his three brothers, it is now owned and operated by Fred’s daughter Carylon Castro and her husband, Gary Castro, who have grown the fleet to a combination of more than 40 trucks and spreaders. Slover Brothers are a distributor of Holloway products, especially Holloway Gypsum. Gary estimates that Slover delivers an average of 30 thousand tons a year of Holloway’s gypsum. They also distribute sulfur [...]

Featured Grower Series: Slover Brothers Trucking2021-03-04T23:15:10+00:00

Growing Forecasts in the Central Valley for 2021

2021-12-01T21:29:22+00:00

By Holloway Ag With 2020 firmly in the rear-view mirror, many people wonder if 2021 will be like a bad hangover or a breath of fresh air. While only time will tell, there are some hypotheses in the Central Valley agricultural community for what to expect from the growing season this year. The Interest in Growing Hemp Continues In the San Joaquin Valley, there are primarily orchards and vineyards, with row crops like corn and wheat in the mix. While these crops are a staple of the area, in 2020 and into 2021 there has been [...]

Growing Forecasts in the Central Valley for 20212021-12-01T21:29:22+00:00
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