Almond Board of California series outlines strategies for before, during and after harvest.
Being smart about little things, such as occasionally slowing down during almond harvest, can go a long way toward improving public perception – not to mention keeping regulators off your back.
Historically, the establishment of deciduous orchards was typified by planting bare-rooted trees during dormancy. With the advent of […]
The Almond Board of California (ABC) and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, a U.S. Department of Energy lab […]
A new irrigation calculator tool may help almond growers who want to maximize irrigation efficiency to conserve water, […]
Growers report better chill hours and a stronger bloom than in 2015.
Extension advisors named University of California Cooperative Extension Presidential Chairs to study pistachio production systems.
Workshop helps introduce veterans to the biology behind keeping bees.
A USDA research team is learning that mite populations often spike in the fall, due to migration into the hives.
USDA, industry organizations join up to ensure conservation efforts include pollinators.
Learn how to identify, the survival and spread, as well as management methods for this insect pest.
Walnut acreage in California is continuing its rapid growth with 2015 estimates at 365,000 acres, according to the […]
California school students could add a lesson on almonds to their traditional reading, writing and arithmetic. The Almond […]
Wall Street Journal reports Monsanto seeks bid increase from Bayer.
As growers approach almond harvest later this summer, strategies to reduce the likelihood of hull rot should be […]
A California agricultural firm has been cited and fined more than $40,000 for a 2015 Bakersfield explosion that […]
Much remains mysterious about Prunus Replant Disease (PRD) and exactly how it operates to suppress growth of young […]