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Three new literature pieces developed by the Almond Board of California will be made available for the first time at the CAPCA conference Oct. 19–21 at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim. The three…
Sep 30, 2014 // Almond Bloom and Bees
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The importance of pollinator health has reached the White House. Recognizing the threats to pollinator health and their potential impact on the national economy, President Obama has expanded…
Sep 11, 2014 // Almond Bloom and Bees
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The first step toward a successful pollination season is communication between the beekeeper and grower/owner to ensure expectations are fully understood. Growers should contact beekeepers as early…
Sep 11, 2014 // Almond Bloom and Bees
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Project Apis m. (PAm) is again looking for grower-cooperators this fall for its honey bee forage project. PAm provides almond growers with free seed mixes and technical support for enrolled growers…
Sep 08, 2014 // Almond Bloom and Bees
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Participating in an online survey on pollination management will not only help improve outreach, Extension and research on pollination management for California Almonds, it will also give you a…
Sep 05, 2014 // Almond Bloom and Bees
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The State Board of Food and Agriculture met recently to hear an update on pollinator issues related to farming and the environment. The meeting brought together academics, agricultural…
May 01, 2014 // Almond Bloom and Bees
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The Almond Board’s Gabriele Ludwig and Bob Curtis attended a national summit on the Varroa mite in February that assembled leading researchers and experts on Varroa mite and honey bee health. The…
May 01, 2014 // Almond Bloom and Bees