Pistachio growers, processors in Arizona create $92M in economic impact

Arizona's pistachio acreage may seem modest when compared to the industry leader, but second place still means significant economic activity in the state. more »

California pistachio growers, processors create $5.2B economic impact

With a 56% increase in acreage in California over four years, and a ripple effect into neighboring Arizona and New Mexico, the pistachio industry generates big economic activity. more »

Putting the pressure back on navel orangeworm

{Sponsored} Even when populations are trending down, navel orangeworm (NOW) is still the single biggest threat to almond orchard. It’s important for growers to utilize strong integrated pest managem... more »

US pistachio production shows record on-year high

It's an on year for pistachio, and the forecast looks promising with over 1 billion pounds in-shell. more »

US pecan production totals strong in 2020-21

No limb breakage from the Texas freeze, and Georgia is finally recovering from Hurricane Michael. Even in this off year, domestic production is increasing. more »

Pecan Field Day slated for April 9 in Georgetown, Texas

Dress accordingly for the weather, bring a lawn chair and get timely information in this free Extension event hosted at Georgetown Pecan Company Orchards. more »

Pecan named Georgia’s official nut, but not without some controversy

Sorry, peanuts. Legumes can't take this top spot, but this drupe can, giving a morale boost to the crop that is still recovering from Hurricane Michael. more »

Study: Effects of almond consumption on facial wrinkles, skin pigmentation

Using high-resolution facial imaging and 3D facial modeling and measuring, the study showed improved skin tone and reduced wrinkles. more »

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