Now that we have crept into May, here are 8 key management points to keep in mind this month. If you need better management for your business and want to […]
California Almonds: Yo-Yo Weather Pushes Fungicides, Complicates Nitrogen Applications – AgFax Apr 15, 2018
Weather fluctuating between cold and warm, with plenty of rain at times. Not exactly a normal April in almond country.
It has been a challenging year in regards to kernel quality within almonds. Several issues have emerged including insects, diseases, and deficiencies. Samples of each of these have been brought […]
Leaffooted plant bug applications are still being made and we continue to hear about cases where at least a couple of sprays have gone out in some blocks. Stink bug […]
Yellowing and a noticeable nut drop has started in some almond blocks, several of our contacts noted late in the week. This mostly is being characterized as the “June drop,” which […]
Nuts that are yellow in color and found dropping from the tree during high winds could be early “June Drops” or signs of plant bug damage.
Leaffooted plant bugs have become more apparent in almonds in some areas. Damage has been turning up and more treatments have been going out.
Leaffooted plant bugs), as we noted in our March 16 issue, started turning up. Enough movement was reported since then to prompt an advisory to closely scout and be prepared […]
All indications are that 2015 has the potential to be a significant year for leaffooted bug damage to almonds.