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New research is a big part of the Almond Conference coming up December 3 through 5 in Sacramento. Sabrina Hill has a preview.
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I was able to speak with Chairman of the Production Research Committee for the Almond Board of California, Joe MacIlvaine, and he says they made some changes this year. McIllvane agreed to give us a sneak peek of some of the research projects. Listen to the above audio report for his comments.

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