January/February 2024

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Ongoing honeybee research initiatives

Elina L. Niño's, Ph.D. team supports a number of stakeholder groups through a number of educational activities and by offering laboratory and field services. Niño’s research interests encompass basic and applied approaches to understanding and improving honeybee health. »

Data and novel technologies

Elina L. Niño, Ph.D., Extension specialist for Apiculture with UC ANR UCCE located in the Department of Entomology and Nematology at UC Davis, discusses how growers can best support honeybees during pollination in entomology and is an associate. »
Succession Plan

Why every grower needs two succession plans

It was a gorgeous spring morning in Maine, and our client Jim was moving his water tanker from one parcel of his sprawling farm to another, over a winding and hilly country road. It was Jim’... more

A trusted name

Setton Farms' hands-on approach to growing and processing pistachios »

Beware of carpophilus truncatus

Crop sanitation is the key to controlling this new beetle pest »

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