California Almonds, pistachios and walnuts have been working closely with key European trade associations, U.S. government officials and other third parties to address extension of the temporary Maximum Residue Limit (MRL) for fosetyl-Al.
The San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District (SJVAPCD) has issued an advisory regarding dust control under Rule 4550, Conservation Management Practices (CMPs).
In July, California Department of Food and Agriculture’s Office of Farm to Fork opened the California Farmer Marketplace.
Every year since 2011, the Almond Achievement Award has honored an industry or allied-industry member who has added value to the California Almond industry through long-term service, contributions or innovations.
Maintaining harvest quality through processing begins with good stockpiling practices in the yard. Stockpiles need to be protected against pests such as insects and rodents, but also against bacteria and mold.
The Almond Conference, in its 43rd year, will take place Dec. 8–10, 2015, at the Sacramento Convention Center.
Signed into law last year, the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) represents a fundamental change in how California will manage its groundwater supply.
As is known to just about everyone around the world who is linked in one way or another to the almond industry, the objective estimate for the 2015–2016 California crop was announced by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) last week.
“Shark Week” is one of television’s longest-running summer TV programs. The 28th year of this pop culture icon is marked with first-ever California Almonds advertising.
As dust appears in an almond orchard during harvest, so can the concerns of neighbors, and anyone else near an orchard.