‘Durham’ offers excellent kernel color and fill, reduced susceptibility to blight, and harvests about 10 days earlier than ‘Chandler.’
Researchers share insight into the latest developments in the treatment and management of Bot canker and blight.
The value of walnuts has dropped significantly due to a number of factors, including a changing export market. But, organically produced nuts are faring better, according to one expert.
Quash fungicide is the ideal rotation partner for Botryosphaeria blight programs.
A newly released study from the University of California, Davis, gives growers insight into the costs of establishing […]
Almond and walnut growers who use lower-emission harvesting equipment may be eligible for financial incentives. Beginning this year, […]
Genetic sequencing paves the way for better breeding.
Navel orangeworm is notorious for attacking almonds, but it’s now becoming increasingly prevalent in walnut orchards. Emily Symmes, […]
Meet John Amarel, a GenNext fruit and nut grower who believes in spreading the good news about his profession.
A new navel orangeworm (NOW) lure could help almond, pistachio and walnut growers better monitor their orchards for […]
Applying the right amount of N is not easy because walnuts take a lot, but these days you don’t want to apply too much.
New, easy-to-follow brochures take the guesswork out of almond and walnut fertilization.
Bot canker and blight continue to be a major concern for walnut growers.
USDA expects the California crop to exceed a half-million tons, up over 10% from 2013.
Compare minimum pruning and no pruning systems to make the best decision for your orchard.
The first continuation referendum vote ever held by the industry was not remotely close, with 95% of growers in favor.
Poindexter Nut Company will also be introducing new laydown and stand up retail bags this summer.