California Walnuts: Yellowing, Collapsing Trees? Might Be Water Logging. Oct 1, 2019

🕔Oct 1, 2019
A single yellowing walnut tree in an otherwise healthy orchard has been a frequent sighting when driving along the roadways of the Sacramento Valley this summer. These yellowing trees have […]

California Almonds: 5 Tips for Reducing Shaker Damage Aug 20, 2019

🕔Aug 20, 2019
Shaker damage is commonly observed across orchard operations. This damage occurs when the force of the shaker is greater than the strength of the bark, causing it to tear away […]

California Almonds: New Pesticide Labels Help Control Pruning Wound Infections Dec 11, 2017

🕔Dec 11, 2017
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 […]

California Pistachios: When Pruning, Think Into The Future Oct 24, 2017

🕔Oct 24, 2017
The goal of a good pruning program is to manage the canopy over the life of the orchard in such a manner as to achieve the maximum possible yield of […]

California Almonds: April Showers Bring Yellowing Krymsk? Apr 20, 2017

🕔Apr 20, 2017
The cold and wet seems like it just won’t quit this year. The continued saturation of tree root zones may lead to nutrient deficiency symptoms from reduced root activity. Sometimes […]

California Almonds: Waterlogged Orchards? Here’s What to Expect Apr 20, 2017

🕔Apr 20, 2017
Despite last fall’s prediction of La Nina or dry conditions, this past winter is likely to be the wettest winter on record for the Northern Sierra Precipitation 8-Station Index, on […]

South Carolina: Weather Stressed Trees at Risk To Southern Pine Beetles Dec 2, 2016

🕔Dec 2, 2016
For about 15 years, the state’s most destructive forest insect has been lying low in South Carolina. But damage caused by recent droughts, storms and fires raises the specter of […]

California Almonds: Yellow Trees and Saturated Soils Mar 14, 2016

🕔Mar 14, 2016
Saturated soils reduces the movement of oxygen into the soil, killing fine feeder roots and impacting the ability for trees to uptake water and nutrients.

Georgia Pecans: Prune Trees At Planting for Better Results Jan 15, 2016

🕔Jan 15, 2016
For many things related to pecan production, there are almost as many opinions out there about how to do something as there are people to ask. When you get varying opinions on […]

Georgia Pecans: Added N Not Necessary for 1st Year Trees Jan 7, 2016

🕔Jan 7, 2016
When it comes to giving young pecan trees a jump-start, Georgia growers need to focus on improving the soil over applying nitrogen, according to University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Pecan […]

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