Follow these tips in order to help keep navel orangeworm and spider mites to a minimum in your orchard and save you time and money in the long run.
While harvesting early could stave off damage from navel orangeworm and limb dieback, there is an increased chance fire ants could light up drying nuts.
Heavily shaded canopies can cause spur mortality and take a bite out of your orchard’s productivity.
Crop forecast looks to be 8.69% higher than last year, which will be about 2.50 billion pounds.
USDA extends deadline for commodity and specialty crop farmers impacted by foreign tariffs to certify production for Market Facilitation Program payments.
State’s 6,800 growers had an estimated 1.4 million acres of almonds – both bearing and nonbearing – in 2018.
It’s easy to be caught off-guard, so veteran entomologist, Brad Higbee, advises growers to consider all their options, including a new approach to mating disruption.
Partnership between Land IQ and Almond Board of California offers a clearer picture of almond acreage and other statistics.
FDA announces common-sense decision to exercise discretion on enforcement of Produce Safety Rule on crops that may have a reduced presence of foodborne pathogens.
Poor water penetration has several causes, aside from just soil compaction.
Beloukha from Belchim USA aims to naturally burn down and help control a host of troublesome weeds.
Jim Cranney, California Citrus Quality Council President, takes over from for Phil Korson, President of Cherry Marketing Institute.
No grower wants to leave trees parched but starting too early in the season can lead to both root and crown diseases.
With advanced software to drive the machine and follow a route, this unit is the next generation of farm sprayers.
Two young orchards, one in Merced and one in Kern County, tested positive for the peach root-knot nematode on Nemaguard and Hansen 536 rootstocks.
Pollination Network aims to help local growers across the U.S. find the bees they need for healthier and more sustainable crops.
Varieties from Oregon State University resist fungus and allow for more acreage to meet growing demands