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Outlook - May. 01, 2012

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You Know You're an Almond Grower If ...

Outlook - May. 01, 2012

You know you?re an almond grower if your orchard looks better than your home landscaping.
Almond Quality and Food Safety Symposium Moves to Visalia

Outlook - May. 01, 2012

The Global Food Safety Initiative and aspects of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) will be addressed at the Almond Board?s Almond Quality and Food Safety Symposium, to be held at the Visalia Convention Center on Aug. 1.
Snacking Seminar Gathers Top Russian Manufacturers

Outlook - May. 01, 2012

Almond Board of California has conducted its first educational seminar in Russia devoted solely to the snack sector, a key priority area for the industry.
Nickels Field Day Set for May 3

Outlook - May. 01, 2012

The 35th annual Nickels Field Day will take place on Thursday, May 3, at the Nickels Soil Lab in Arbuckle. Subjects on the program of particular interest to almond growers include:
Almond Industry Recognized for Leadership on Nitrogen Management

Outlook - May. 01, 2012

The Almond Board?s Bob Curtis was recently invited by the California State Board of Food and Agriculture to give a presentation on nitrogen management in almonds. The board is the policy advisory group to the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA).
Two Almond Days at the Capitol

Outlook - May. 01, 2012

Sustainability Workshops Springing Up in May

Outlook - May. 01, 2012

Share Your Thoughts on Conference Sessions

Outlook - May. 01, 2012

You may not learn how to reach an 8,000-pound-per-acre yield goal at The Almond Conference in December, but you will come away with fresh ideas on growing a bigger, better crop in an environmentally responsible manner, and yes, there will be new information on bee supply and bee management.
Manage Hull Rot with Deficit Irrigation, Balanced Fertility

Outlook - May. 01, 2012

Past and current ABC-funded research illustrates that effective hull rot management takes an integrated approach that includes regulated deficit irrigation at hullsplit, and a balanced fertility program that does not apply nitrogen in excess of tree and crop demands.