Almonds

Earn credit for course on air blast sprayer calibration

California almond growers can participate in an interactive, five-module course covering calibration, calculations and how factors like droplet size and weather can affect coverage. more »

Hull split means one thing: It’s time to spray the almonds

Almond hull split is right around the corner, and growers know this is a critical time for pest management. more »

Almond Board recently welcomes new field outreach specialist

Serving almond growers from Sacramento to Merced, Michael Roots will deliver resources and offer guidance for multiple Almond Board of California programs. more »

Iron deficiency of almond pinpointed

A prime culprit of interveinal chlorosis on new growth, a few strategies can correct iron deficiency. more »

USDA-NASS forecasts larger almond crop

Even as water continues to weigh on the industry, the National Agricultural Statistics Service predicts production at 3.2 billion pounds. more »

Machine vision system created for almond grading and safety

Australia's almond industry is worth over $1 billion AUD and exports to over 50 countries. Now, a new machine just might change the scene on manual grading. more »

Former organic walnut firm director Moffitt nominated for federal post

Her beginnings in California walnut orchards with Dixon Ridge Farms laid the groundwork for a career in policy making and caring for the land and those who farm it. more »

Blue Diamond Growers names new director of sustainability

With roots in almond country and experience promoting sustainability in many commodities, Daniel Sonke is taking his expertise to the almond industry giant. more »

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