With over 400 commodities that supply the nation and abroad, almonds, pistachios and walnuts rank among the top.
In the aftermath of a series of major setbacks, University of Georgia Extension and other organizations are helping growers get back to business.
Following the almond and prune industries, walnut handlers can receive a credit for eligible marketing expenses.
California is no stranger to experiencing dry years, and this one may be kicking off another drought season for growers.
Rabobank's walnut report estimates U.S. exports will grow, but will still face the struggle of domestic demand.
The deep freeze wreaked havoc, but topsoil moisture and impacts on early-emerging insect pests may be some silver linings for Texas agriculture in the aftermath.