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The Almond Board continues to state that consumers are more interested in how and where their food is grown and processed, and as a result the ABC if taking a leading role in the world of…

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When things go wrong — especially if they go really, historically wrong — people tend to look for answers. So when California entered the fourth year of one of the worst droughts the state had…

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Why grow food in California? California is not a desert - it falls mostly within one of the world's five Mediterranean climate zones. California's cool, wet winters and hot, dry summers offer…

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Driving through the Turlock countryside, almond orchards dominate the landscape  and according to the USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service, the healthy nut has taken over large…

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Increase in acreage reflected in world demand for the nut crop. Bearing acres of almonds in California rose 1.1 percent in 2015 to 890,000, according to a recent report by the U.S. Department of…

Weed ID and Management for Almond Growers Is Focus of Regional Workshops
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The Almond Board of California (ABC) will host workshops in various locations May 10–12 in conjunction with University of California weed specialists and staff. The workshops will take place in…

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A factsheet about the almond industry in Madera County

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Across the nation, people are challenging the status quo on farming. And there’s perhaps no better time than National Agriculture Day to celebrate it. In Wesley, California, the Bays family is…

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Nick Blom, a Modesto-area almond farmer and board member for the Modesto Irrigation District, who also participated in the forum, conducted an onfarm recharge project this January in partnership…