It may be bloom, but it's time to start thinking about yield potentials, and the role nitrogen plays in getting there. Dr. Patrick Brown, professor of plant sciences at UC Davis, says that growers should be tissue sampling now to get an idea of how trees reacted to nitrogen applications last season and to get a sense...
Some 1.7 million beehives moved into California’s 860,000 acres of almonds across the Central Valley this year to pollinate the state’s almond crop.
Consumers increasingly expect and demand transparency when it comes to food production, and almond growers can provide an authentic voice to that ongoing conversation through both traditional and digital media outlets, according to a panel of communicators at The Almond Conference in December.
The California Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) recently approved new restrictions on the use of Pic (chloropicrin) products to reduce worker and bystander exposure.
The Almond Board of California is providing support for tech transfer teams that are helping to reduce overwintering colony losses by supplying beekeepers with front-line technical hive management assistance and information.
The California Department of Food and Agriculture’s Fertilizer Research and Education Program, commonly known as FREP, recently released a new resource to help almond growers understand the nitrogen (N) needs of their trees throughout the year.
EPA has released a draft of a human health risk assessment for all chlorpyrifos uses.
Because of the food safety risk, Almond Board of California (ABC) does not support the use of manure as fertilizer, but if used, it must be applied properly.
As we move into spring, it's important to make sure your irrigation system is working as efficiently as possible.
Experts including farm advisors and Almond Board researchers will share the latest news and research at three consecutive workshops in the northern, central and southern almond growing regions.