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With some rainfall (and snow in the mountains) in November and December, the water availability picture may brighten somewhat, but as Dr. Ken Shackel, UC Davis, said at an Almond Conference…
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The Almond Board of California will be hosting a workshop with Dellavalle Laboratory on Wednesday, Mar. 5, in Fresno to offer growers an opportunity to learn about leaf sampling and irrigation…
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The California Almond Sustainability Program (CASP) is now entering its sixth year, and information gathered thus far confirms what many in our industry have been saying: Almond growers are excellent…
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The State Water Resources Control Board is expected to approve a request from the East San Joaquin Water Quality Coalition (ESJ) to postpone the deadline for growers in high-vulnerability areas…
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The California Almond Sustainability Program (CASP) is now entering its sixth year, and information gathered thus far confirms what many in our industry have been saying: Almond growers are…
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Since 2009, more than 1,000 California Almond growers have participated in the California Almond Sustainability Program (CASP) by attending a grower workshop. At these workshops, hosted throughout…
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When it comes to California water policy, “the impulse in the state of California has been to throw money at water, hoping or wishing that something miraculous will occur, thus solving our current…