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Super high density almond orchards in California

Super high density (SHD) orchards are quickly becoming another option for tree nut growers. ... more »

Barring ‘miracle,’ California farm water will be in short supply

California is no stranger to experiencing dry years, and this one may be kicking off another drought season for growers. more »

Vertebrate pest webinar series scheduled in California

The Vertebrate Pest Council will provide updates, information and continuing education credit in this series about managing vertebrate pests. more »

Yara North America launches irrigation solution for California growers

Precision irrigation scheduling with no expensive hardware, no additional costs, and now offered free of charge for immediate use. more »

Get the early-blooming pistachio cultivars pruned earlier

Early-flowering pistachio cultivars need pruning around Feb. 1 to train the trees and maintain size. more »

Breaking out of the navel orangeworm cycle

{Sponsored} Almond acres continue to increase, summer temperatures are trending up and, seemingly, so should the navel orangeworm (NOW) threat. Right? Not the case during the 2020 season, which saw... more »

Southwest regional manager Jody Gomez joins Certis USA

Industry veteran Jody Gomez has joined the team of Columbia, Maryland-based Certis USA sales professionals, the biopesticide company announced Feb. 16. Gomez will be responsible for the sales and ... more »

$750K committed to farmland project by General Mills’ Cascadian Farm

General Mills’ organic brand Cascadian Farm recently committed $750,000 to The Nature Conservancy to help rebuild farmland in California’s Sacramento Valley. The two-year investment will focus ... more »

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