Proposals to fundamentally change grower requirements, such as reporting nitrogen applications on acreage in the East San Joaquin Irrigated Lands Regulatory Program, will be discussed at an upcoming public workshop.
Each year, California Almond Leadership Program participants select a topic or issue they would like to investigate that provides value or insight for the benefit of the California Almond industry.
Almond Board of California (ABC) recently developed lesson plans that round out its educational offerings, which include the “An Almond Story” video and activity book, teaching tools that have been shared with elementary schools in the Central Valley for several years. The lesson plans, “California Almonds: An Almond...
After a thorough and well-conducted strategic review, the Almond Hullers and Processors Association (AHPA) has redefined its focus and intent as an organization.
Under the new Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), key personnel in charge of managing the food safety plan at a food processor must be a “Preventive Controls Qualified Individual (PCQI).”
This year’s theme for Earth Day was Trees for the Earth; an ideal platform to highlight how almond trees and the farmers who grow them are an important part of achieving a cleaner, healthier and more sustainable planet because they help combat climate change, clean the air and help local communities.
Save the date — June 16 — for the Almond Board of California Annual Food Quality and Safety Symposium, to be held this year at a new venue, the Seasons McHenry Event Center in Modesto.
Let your growers know about the Weed ID and Management for Almond Growers workshops, coming up May 10, 11 and 12. These workshops will increase growers’ ability to identify weeds and manage them, including weeds with resistance issues.
The Almond Hullers and Processors Association (AHPA) has a new vision and a brand new identity that was unveiled in April at the AHPA annual convention.
Proposals to fundamentally change grower requirements, such as reporting nitrogen applications on acreage in the East San Joaquin Irrigated Lands Regulatory Program, will be discussed at two upcoming public workshops.

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