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How is drought affecting irrigation water for pecans?

The pecan industry is valued at about $400 million, but producers in the Southwest have to find solutions to limited and brackish water to stay in the game. more »

Indoor storage of honeybees

How bees are managed matters for pollination. ... more »

Riverdance Farms

This organic farm is keeping its eye on personal experiences and conservation. ... more »

Boron and zinc: the almond postharvest duo

Fall applications can mean increased production and money saved. ... more »

Almonds No. 1 in Fresno County’s Top 10 Crops listing

The nation's top food-producing county ranks almonds No. 1 and pistachios No. 3 in the recently released report for Fresno County's 2020 agricultural production value. more »

Wells: A short Georgia pecan crop gets shorter

Following the season's challenges, the 2021 crop could be the shortest crop the state has seen since 2006, and well below the July estimate of 85 million pounds. more »

Freezes impacting California walnuts are webinar topic

The Nov. 4 webinar will cover past freeze events and how to prepare for future ones. more »

Leadership program offers insight into almond industry, builds relationships

Sponsored by the Almond Board of California, the program provides perspective on many industry issues, as well as sheds light on other sectors of the supply chain, to a diverse group of people representing various aspects of the industry. more »

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