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The early returns on this trial block — planted with dwarfing rootstock — are impressive, but time will tell.
This isn’t just an “on” year for the biennial bearing crop, it’s a limb-buster.
Air blast sprayers can lay leaves flat, allowing for little chemical contact.
Growers are hoping for federal assistance as cleanup from the storm continues.
More than 690 specialty crop production projects funded to strengthen the future American agriculture.
With more imports, we have to redouble our efforts to protect ourselves from foreign pest invaders.
ReTain, a PGR from Valent U.S.A., has a new use that improves almond nut-set.
The newest University of California Cooperative Extension nut crop advisor, Mae Culumber, is based in Fresno County. Culumber has a […]
Luna label expansion in California gives fruit and vegetable growers a new option for broad-spectrum disease control.
Longtime industry veteran, former University of California Cooperative Extension Farm Advisor Joe Grant, takes the reins as Director of Research for the California Walnut Board.
Projects funded to help improve business operations and transition to organic production.
Crying foul, the Almond Board of California says criticism of industry based on highly questionable data.
USDA announces funding to bolster local, regional food systems and address long-term solutions in productions.
Daily symposiums designed to meet needs of almond industry members, and benefit industry for years to come.
Whether planting on new ground or replanting, sizing up the enemy — nematodes — is a must.
Forecast sees heightened freeze threat for Florida citrus; frequent snow to blast Northeast.