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by Daniel Falconer Female First   "When I go to conferences, there's never a queue for the women's bathroom!" So says female almond grower and hobbyist beekeeper Christine Gemperle, for whom…
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By: DENNIS WYATT   Get ready for nirvana.   In less than a week the sweetest days of the year will arrive.   They will come with the bees — millions of bees, tens of millions of…
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ABC’s revised Honey Bee Best Management Practices (BMPs) include steps you should take to protect honey bee health if a pesticide application is necessary during bloom. Bloom and bees. The…
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The Almond Board of California values peer-reviewed research that brings forth new information to help the almond industry better understand honey bees and how farmers can support their health,…
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Growing Good is an annual Almond Board publication that describes what sustainability means to the California Almond industry, highlighting our commitment to stewardship and journey of continuous…
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The Almond Almanac is the Almond Board of California’s annual report and outlines industry statistics, programs and projects. Published on a crop-year basis (August 1 to July 31), the Almond Almanac…
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Jimmy Gardiner is a local almond farmer and beekeeper. He does both because, without bees, there can be no almonds. Bees carry pollen from flowers to almond trees, allowing the almonds to blossom.…
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Pollination is the single most important factor for determining a good yield – and now’s the time to ensure almond orchards remain a good and safe place for honey bees.