California trees are chilling out, which is good news

California is seeing its highest accumulation of chill in the last 7 years, with almonds surpassing their needs, and other trees nuts still working their way through the winter. more »

Yolo County walnut growers give $100,000 per year for research

Citrona Farms has established the Daniel & Sarah Hrdy Fund for UC Cooperative Extension Research, providing as much as $100,000 each year in seed funding for early stage research projects. more »

Merced County ranch hopes to keep farmland in the family

With urban developments expanding toward farmland, agricultural conservation easements are a tool growers are using to preserve their agricultural land. more »

Industry growth during record crop year backed by California Walnut Board

Growers produced a record crop of 785,000 tons, a 20% gain over the 2019 crop. more »

Riverdance Farms

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

2021 Field Day: Nematode management in walnut and almond

A day for each walnut and almond, the field day will examine nematode management studies at the Kearney Agricultural Research and Extension Center. more »

Freeze issues addressed for California walnuts

Dry conditions make walnut trees vulnerable to freeze damage, and a collection of walnut Extension advisors have combined resources to address winter freeze issues. more »

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