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The Almond Board has set a new standard for the Ag industry, according to Joe Browde, a senior research associate for Sure Harvest, which is working with the Almond Board towards sustainability. It…
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First there was milk, and now almonds may be used to make a range of products from cosmetics and pharmaceuticals to plastics. That’s according to the Almond Board of California, which announced a…
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Ken Shackel, Dr. H2O to some due to area of expertise, lightened a discussion of the serious issue of groundwater recharge at a tree nut meeting in Tulare, Calif. by flashing a slide of ducklings in…
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Yara North America, a global company known for its fertilizers, is giving UC Merced $60,000 to fund a graduate fellowship and two undergraduate scholarships for research in the almond industry. The…
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Sacramento, CA (December 16, 2016) – California Almonds, the state’s leading agricultural export, are also an economic powerhouse, adding $11 billion to the state’s economy and providing 104,000 jobs…
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With the arrival of colonies beginning in January, almond growers have an opportunity to refresh their knowledge of honey bee best management practices to maintain the health and safety of…
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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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:  Billy Lyons and his cousin James Bogetti fully understand why people have trouble wrapping their heads around the 10-acre trial block of almonds they’re farming just west of Modesto, CA. They…
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By Bob Curtis, Director, Agricultural Affairs, Almond Board of California - - The almond pollination season actually starts well ahead of the first bloom with the arrangements and agreements between…