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Monday, March 22
Report: Texas among top five US states in exportation of pecans

The Lone Star state is a top powerhouse for exports, such as crude oil, tech and agriculture, which includes pecans.

Annual Almond Alliance Convention to be held in Las Vegas on May 24-27

Almond Alliance of California is all in this year with its return to in-person networking and dynamic presentations during its 39th annual convention.

  Breaking Out of the Navel Orangeworm Cycle

The threat of navel orangeworm continues to loom as almond acres near 1.26 million acres and thousands more inch toward maturity. In 2021, it’s more important than ever to have a diligent management plan to stay proactive against the pest.
Tree nuts included in California registration for Harvanta, Verdepryn insecticides

Cyclapryn, the active ingredient in both insecticides, is another tool for broad spectrum control of chewing and sucking insects in high value crops.

Report on the 2012-2016 California drought released

One of the most severe droughts in the state's history, the 2012-2016 water years in California disrupted the state and called for serious responsive action.

  First Edition Has Arrived!

We are very excited to announce that National Nut Grower’s first edition should be hitting mailboxes now! Inside you will find information on irrigation, sustainability, plus more. Access the digital edition at any time.
Online resource for information on whole-orchard recycling shared

Whole-orchard recycling involves grinding whole trees into wood chips, spreading them evenly on the soil surface, then incorporating them into the soil before replanting.

USDA sets deputy under secretary for food safety, other appointments

The USDA announced March 16 the names of individuals who will hold senior positions in Washington, D.C.


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