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Two new literature pieces, Stockpile Management Best Practices for Almond Growers and Stockpile Management Best Practices for Almond Processors, are now available online from the…
Sep 02, 2014 // Orchard Management
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Two new literature pieces, Stockpile Management Best Practices for Almond Growers and Stockpile Management Best Practices for Almond Processors, are now available online from the Almond Board of…
Aug 29, 2014 // Orchard Management
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The University of California, Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR), recently posted an additional resource online for Using the Pressure Chamber for Irrigation Management in Almonds. The…
Aug 22, 2014 // Orchard Management
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The California Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) and U.S. EPA are investigating losses of adult and immature bees rented for almond pollination that were observed and reported this spring.…
Aug 01, 2014 // Orchard Management
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Understanding the biological processes by which almond trees make fruiting and vegetative selections is critical to managing water in a drought year. Stress at the wrong time can have an impact on…
Jul 01, 2014 // Orchard Management
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While the current drought has caused growers to pay closer attention to irrigation practices, results from the California Almond Sustainability Program (CASP) reveal how California Almond growers…
Jul 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…
Jun 11, 2014 // Orchard Management
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Fresno State Center for Irrigation Technology is offering a workshop on deficit irrigation technique using soil moisture sensors and real-time crop evapotranspiration (ETc). The program also…
Jun 11, 2014 // Orchard Management
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Fresno State Center for Irrigation Technology is offering a workshop on deficit irrigation technique using soil moisture sensors and real-time crop evapotranspiration (ETc). The program also includes…
Jun 06, 2014 // Orchard Management
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The Natural Resources Conservation Service’s (NRCS) Environmental Quality Initiatives Program (EQIP) has created the California Air Quality Chipping Initiative to help San Joaquin Valley growers…
Jun 02, 2014 // Orchard Management