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The future of California agriculture doesn’t actually reside in the future — it is here now. Upcoming ag leaders are living in our homes, learning in our schools and preparing to take their place in…
Jun 14, 2018 // About the Almond Industry
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“Having a good working relationship with regulators requires taking the time to invite them out to your ranch and having them learn about how you farm.” This was the key statement from Bill Lyons of…
Jun 11, 2018 // About the Almond Industry
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The Almond Alliance of California held its 37th annual convention in Monterey during the first week of May. Throughout the convention, Almond Alliance leadership encouraged industry members to…
Jun 08, 2018 // About the Almond Industry
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Following The Almond Conference (TAC) 2018, the City of Sacramento will begin a large-scale remodel and expansion of the Sacramento Convention Center. The remodel will significantly update the…
Jun 08, 2018 // About the Almond Industry
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2018 Forecast
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A changing regulatory environment in the European Union (EU) is starting to have implications for California almond orchards. New policy on pesticide registrations and potential changes to maximum…
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In spite of concerns about freezing weather during almond bloom, the U.S. Department of Agriculture National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) is predicting a record crop in 2018. California…
May 10, 2018 // About the Almond Industry
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MODESTO, Calif. – According to the NASS 2018 Almond Subjective Forecast issued today, California almond orchards are expected to produce 2.30 billion pounds of nuts this year, up 1.3% from last year’…
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Tree nut growers who use phosphite-containing fertilizer or fungicide products no longer have to worry about concerns about its regulatory status in the European Union (EU). After several years of…
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New this spring, growers and processors have access to an updated and improved California Almond Sustainability Program (CASP) online platform. The platform was optimized to add benefits for users,…