Isolated reports of problems from freezing temperatures during bloom don’t appear to have a huge impact on overall yields.
Following string of cold temperatures, county’s almond orchards suffered up to 49% loss.
Of course nuts need water — but a new research report says: Almond growers aren’t water wasters.
A little high-tech help can go a long way in mitigating weather-related risks.
Overall, total almond acreage for 2017 was 1.33 million acres, up 7% from the previous year.
State Ag Secretary to join growers Thursday to tell of how tariffs hurt California exports.
Increasingly, the general public — and the retailers that serve them — expect food to be produced more sustainability. Biological control is a good option for growers looking to fill that demand.
Consider using these advancements to improve the delivery of your biological control investments.
Commercial agriculture industry veteran Jeff Glass brings experience to new role focused on growing crop nutrition company’s distribution in the Southeast.
Now that six-spotted thrips are no longer routinely eliminated by “hard” chemicals, they’re dispatching pesky spider mites.
Economic impact study shows industry generates billions for state’s economy, creating jobs across multiple sectors.
Just in the nick of time, walnut growers can add another weapon to their arsenal in battling this deadly foe.
Kasumin is now registered to treat walnuts for walnut blight as well as bacterial canker in cherries.
Biological control has moved into the mainstream. After years of experimentation and new and improved technologies, biocontrol is […]
California has had an unusually cold winter, leaving nut growers scratching their heads.
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.
Company’s agriculture division to be known as Corteva Agriscience.