Almond growers are in the thick of harvest, but they shouldn’t neglect to take measures this year that can improve next year’s crop. Listen to Bob Curtis, Almond Board associate director of Agricultural Affairs, as he provides tips for taking harvest samples . Staying current on the latest California Almonds news and...
The Almond Board is looking for the California Almond industry’s best and brightest new members to apply for the 2015 Almond Leadership Program! This is an exciting opportunity for future industry leaders to gain a well-rounded education and explore the different facets of almond production, marketing and other issues...
During this week’s Almond Update, UC farm advisor, Franz Niederholzer, provides tips on how to salvage nuts should it rain at harvest. Staying current on the latest California Almonds news and tips is easy with the Almond Update every Thursday on AgNet West, sponsored by the Almond Board of California. Tune in to your...
The Almond Board of California (ABC) is pleased to begin accepting applications for the annual Almond Achievement Award.
Weed control for almond orchards in 2015 begins this fall with a scouting and monitoring program to assess not only what weeds are present after harvest, but also to compare those weed populations to years past, looking for trends.
In this water-short year, almond growers should remember to save enough water for late-season irrigation to avoid severe water stress during the period of fruit-bud differentiation from July through September.
Rancidity is one of the most pressing problems affecting processors, yet there is no completely objective chemical method for determining rancidity, according to Dr. Alyson Mitchell, professor of Food Chemistry, UC Davis.
Project Apis m. (PAm) is again looking for grower-cooperators this fall for its honey bee forage project.
When you registered for the 2014 Almond Conference, did you also purchase tickets for the gala dinner?
The University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR) has filled several Cooperative Extension (UCCE) positions vital to research and outreach in the areas of almond production and integrated pest management.