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2014 is one of California’s driest years on record, creating challenging conditions for operation of the state and federal projects that move water across the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta.…
Jun 02, 2014 // Orchard Management
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In this series on coping with drought, the Almond Board has been providing information and tools largely resulting from Almond Board–funded research to help growers cope with tight water supplies.…
Jun 02, 2014 // Orchard Management
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The Almond Board of California had an active presence at four major events related to honey bee health this past April, reflecting increased interest by consumers and regulators in the decline of…
Jun 01, 2014 // Orchard Management
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The annual Southern San Joaquin Valley Almond Symposium will be held this year on May 29 at the Kerman Community Center. Program begins at 7:30 a.m. and ends at 12:30 p.m.; lunch is included in the…
May 21, 2014 // Orchard Management
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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 // Orchard Management
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The first report of the California Almond Sustainability Program, released in 2013, shows that while the vast majority of almond growers employ technology and practices to significantly improve…
May 01, 2014 // Orchard Management
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While replanting may not be currently on your mind, it is worth taking time now to start assessing whether you might need to fumigate your soils if you plan to replant in the next year or two.
May 01, 2014 // Orchard Management
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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 // Orchard Management
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While replanting may not be currently on your mind, it is worth taking time now to start assessing whether you might need to fumigate your soils if you plan to replant in the next year or two. The…
May 01, 2014 // Orchard Management
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The first report of the California Almond Sustainability Program, released in 2013, shows that while the vast majority of almond growers employ technology and practices to significantly improve…
May 01, 2014 // Orchard Management