Almonds constitute one of the area’s top crops;and everyone is anxious about the next water shortage and its effects on crops. UC Davis graduate students are looking into how varying amounts of water affect almond yield. The current results on the differences in yield from the different treatments and quality will be presented in December at the Almond Conference in Sacramento.
Turning off the Spigot: Can Almond Tree Varieties be Watered Differently?
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