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Pecan shellers needed for safety survey

University of Georgia and USDA-ARS are conducting a survey to identify the safety and needs of pecan shellers in the U.S. more »

Farm waste finds a future in rubber, sugar and more

A wide research effort searches to repurpose agricultural byproducts. more »

California Pollinator Coalition secures grant to improve pollinator habitat, increase IPM

For almond growers, one of the important aspects of the new grant is that there will be no income restrictions on who can receive incentives. more »

After the rain: Maintaining almond nut quality

If nuts are not allowed to dry to delivery standards for moisture, mold can grow, and then nut quality and grower returns will suffer. more »

Texas pecan production below average, demand remains strong

Drought and heat likely impacted some orchards, and 2022 was expected to be a below-average year due to last year's heavy crop. more »

Anthracnose in Georgia pecans

Many varieties confirmed with anthracnose this year are high-input varieties, which received pre-pollination sprays. But why are growers seeing widespread anthracnose at this time? more »

Self-driving cars and healthy tomatoes

Making use of the CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing technology will also benefit agriculture and the crops we grow. ... more »

Controlling bermudagrass in newly planted pecan orchards

Bermudagrass is a complex weed to manage, spreading by the production of rhizomes, and making growers limited to post-emergent herbicides for control. more »

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