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(June 12, 2020) – As temperatures rise throughout the Central Valley and the industry approaches the brink of hull split, it’s time for growers to seriously consider their plans to combat hull rot in…
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(June 5, 2020) – Exciting new research shows that conducting Whole Orchard Recycling[1] (WOR) in almonds can increase crop yields in subsequent orchards, provide long-term benefits to soil health,…
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For Immediate Release June 2, 2020   For More Information: Desiree Silva (209) 343-3260 dsilva@almondboard.com (Modesto, Calif.) — The Almond Board of California has released election…
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6/10/20 update: The protocol is in place, and APHIS has submitted to GACC the first group of facilities that have been certified to export. This list will be published on the GACC website.…
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(May 22, 2020) – Christi Heintz, director of Production Research and Environmental Affairs for the Almond Board of California (ABC) from 1996 to 2005, is being remembered by colleagues for her…
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(May 22, 2020) – Almond experts say there is only one proven way to know when hullsplit begins: inspect your trees from the top down, starting in the southwest corner of the canopy. The importance…
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Diversity of almond varieties needed for a diversity of uses Almonds have been a constant throughout human history. From the Bible’s Old Testament to our present era of emails, e-books and e-…
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MODESTO, Calif. – The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) is predicting a record California almond crop for the third straight year. The USDA-NASS…
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(May 12, 2020) – In an average year, Julie Adams racks up 100,000 miles or more flying all around the world on behalf of the California almond industry. But as the past few months have shown, 2020 is…
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(May 12, 2020) – Handlers, wouldn’t it be nice if each crop year, before harvest, you received information on how to comply with regulatory requirements around incoming inspections? For some of you…