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 »

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 »

Almond orchard recycling and the second life of the trees

Whole orchard recycling works on a number of levels by giving trees a second life after they have been pulled out of the earth, including increasing water holding capacity and sequestering carbon. more »

North American Pollinator Protection Campaign honors almond growers of California

The organization has only given out its Business for Bees Sustainability Award once before, and this time presented it to the Almond Board of California. more »

Researchers develop self-pollinating almond with many tasty traits

The Yorizane variety is showing promise after getting Tuono's self-fertility genes and almost all of the favored traits of Nonpareil, making it one of the best-rated varieties. more »

Gladstone Land acquires nut orchard, option to purchase stored water

The Virginia-based company acquired over 1,200 acres of tree nuts and over 19,500 acre-feet of stored water in California. This three-part acquisition totals over $84 million. more »

Nut categories flourish in Kern County report on California ag

Ranked by revenues paid to growers, almonds come in second and pistachios seventh, with figures suggesting growers in Kern have matched their efforts with market demand. more »

Initial 2020 California ag revenue figures include nut categories

Almonds, pistachios and walnuts rank among the top 10 valued commodities for the state's crop year at over $9.4 billion combined. more »

Organic almonds net higher price, but transition is risky

Demand is still increasing, and organic is still at a premium. But the economics and other factors of production might be too risky for some growers, and seen as a welcome challenge for others. more »

Almond year in review: Record crop, record shipments

The 2020-21 almond crop set records at every turn – from the number of nuts harvested to the staggering amount of product sent around the world. more »

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