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 […]
As more rain falls, growers get a bit aggressive with fungicides but not so much with nitrogen.
From RPAC, LLC The Almond Board of California this week released the February 2018 position report, which showed shipments were 190.1 million lbs. versus 152.2 million lbs. in 2017 – up 25% […]
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.
Scope of freeze damage becomes a bit clearer but now the focus is on the effect that frigid conditions and rain have had on pollinating flowers that survived the onslaught […]
How big a hit did California’s almond crop take? The more important question may be: How long until all the damage really becomes apparent?
A spring almond and walnut nutrient and water management field day will be held on March 27 at the California Almond Packers and Exporters (CAPEX) building at 21275 Simpson Road […]
The Nickels Soil Lab will host a field day covering almond and walnut nutrient and water management topics. The event is set for Tuesday, March 13, at the Arbuckle facility. […]
Extremely cold weather is in the forecast as we wrap up this week’s issue. Lows into the 20s are predicted early in the week. Forecast models vary, but some models show […]