After an extensive and thorough executive search, the Almond Alliance of California (AAC) has named Elaine Trevino as its new President and CEO. In this role, she will provide oversight […]
The frost event from the week of the February 19th impacted almond production Statewide. Temperatures dropped in many areas below the critical temperatures. This was compounded with a low dew […]
Come learn about nitrogen and water management at a field day jointly held by UC Cooperative Extension, UC Davis, CDFA-FREP, and the Almond Board of California.
The 2018 Almond Leadership Program class of 18 represents nearly every aspect of the industry, from growers, pest control advisors and food safety specialists to a staffing consultant, a marketing […]
2018 almond bloom is around the corner. This accelerated bloom is due to the warmer, sunny weather experienced through January.
Winter sanitation is critical in managing navel orangeworm (as well as some other diseases) within almonds. Removing this past year’s remaining almonds – also known as mummies – is a […]
A program that promotes sustainable farming heads into its fifth year looking to expand its reach in the Lower San Joaquin Valley River Watershed. The San Joaquin Sustainable Farming Project, […]
A groundbreaking mandatory pasteurization program created by Almond Board of California (ABC) and its strategic partners has supported an enviable industry-wide food safety record over the last decade. Since the […]
The reduced late fall rains have led to relatively dry conditions throughout the State. Within the San Joaquin Valley, limited amounts of rain have fallen, with recorded precipitation around one […]
Topsin M WSP and Rally 40WSP now have 2EE labels to protect pruning wounds on almonds (and other stone fruit trees and/or grapes) from canker disease infection. These products should […]