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 Exclusive to Western Farm Press - - By Gabriele Ludwig, Director of Sustainability and Environmental Affairs, Almond Board of California - - The Almond Board of California (ABC) last December…
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The almond harvest is upon us, and if you live or drive anywhere near an almond orchard, you know what that means. Dust. And lots of it. So, more almond trees must mean more dust, right? And more…
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The almond industry is stepping up research efforts to find alternate uses for almond byproducts that could bring added value going well beyond the value for the nuts.Almond hulls may be used to…
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A drone whirred to life in a cloud of dust, then shot hundreds of feet skyward for a bird's-eye view of a vast tomato field in California's Central Valley, the nation's most productive farming region…
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Food Tank, in partnership with the Sacramento Convention & Visitors Bureau, Farm-to-Fork Program, and University of California, Davis, is excited to announce the 1st annual Farm Tank Conference…
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At a recent harvest training workshop at Fresno State held by the Almond Board of California, Gabrielle Ludwig, Director of Sustainability & Environmental Affairs, shared the purpose and benefits…
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Slowing harvesters down, keeping foliage on trees and maintaining a smooth orchard floor are a few ways nut growers can reduce dust during harvest, a university expert advises. “Dust is a byproduct…
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The Almond Board of California (ABC) and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, a U.S. Department of Energy lab managed by the University of California, are partnering to understand the mechanics…
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By Karen Ross, Secretary, California Department of Food and Agriculture - - Israel is regarded as perhaps the most climate-smart agricultural region in the world. It has to be, with annual rainfall…
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Almonds could provide a solution to combat groundwater over drafting that is dropping a tenth of the San Joaquin Valley’s 10,000 square miles by an inch a year.