How often a third hull split application might be made is an unknown. But after heavy NOW damage in places last year, at least some third sprays seem likely.
University of California personnel will offer tips and cover the latest developments in cotton across in the San Joaquin Valley during a Tuesday, July 24, field day in Mendota. Open […]
Until the early 20th century, honey bees (Apis Melifera) primarily provided beekeepers revenue through the sale of honey. In the 1910s, beekeepers began renting colonies to farmers to improve the […]
Things point toward a second spray on many blocks.
California Almond Objective Estimate: 2.45 Billion Lbs. Per Acre: 2,290 lbs. (slightly above the 2017 yield of 2270 and 2016 yield of 2280) Bearing Acres (Trees planted 2014 or earlier): […]
Despite concerns earlier in the year about freezing weather during almond bloom, careful management by California farmers and newer orchards coming into production have resulted in a record-breaking crop according […]
Hey, did you hear about the two pistachio farmers who pulled their pickups next to one another to ask what the price of worms was this year? The answer is […]
Harvest dust can affect our employees, neighbors and surrounding communities. While some dust is inevitable, there are a few simple action steps you can take to drastically decrease your overall […]
Hull split sprays have started in more areas over the last week and the pace will pick up as we move into the first week of July.
More of our contacts have used terms like “aggressive” to describe the approach they and their growers will take in terms of their upcoming NOW campaign. That means multiple sprays — […]