Last year was one of the worst NOW years in decades; here’s a checklist of steps for you to take to avoid a repeat in 2018.
No matter how much water you have available, have a plan, even with different scenarios of water availability.
High temperatures at bloom reduces prune fruit set.
Between late fall and bloom is an important time for pest management in stone fruit orchards. Key pests […]
Some things don’t change. Adequate prune orchard mineral nutrition is critical to maintaining high yields and good orchard […]
Study provides information that allows the ranking of cost saving practices in spray applications in vineyards by the amount of projected savings.
Navel orangeworm (NOW) is the major pest of almond production in California. Damage to nuts from this pest […]
Costs are up, but the need for fertilizer and other inputs to produce a large, high-quality crop remain […]
Because soil-applied fertilizer is intended for root absorption by plants, growers should manage fertilizer nitrogen (N) to keep […]
Efficacy, Efficiency, Environment. These are the three equally important concerns during any agricultural spray application. Nowhere are these […]
Proper sprayer air volume delivery is key to spray coverage quality.
High temperatures at bloom present a huge economic challenge to California prune growers. Heat at bloom (greater than […]
One common coffee house question this time of year in fruit and nut growing regions is “Is it […]
Growers, applicators, managers, and pest control advisers must work together to ensure that spray drift is managed so […]