Almond growers know how important honeybees are for their crop, and executive director of Project Apis m., Christi Heintz, says right now is a perfect time for those growers to …
As growers prepare for harvest season, Associate Director, Environmental Affairs for the Almond Board of California Gabriele Ludwig says be mindful of all the dust involved.
In today’s Almond Update, we hear about new regulations for California growers of any crop who use chlorpyrifos. Sabrina Hill has more.
In today’s Almond Update, Bob Curtis, director of Agricultural Affairs at the Almond Board, discusses stockpile management. Sabrina Hill reports.
In today’s Almond Update, we learn more about the White House Pollinator Report from Project Apis m. Executive Director Christi Heintz. Sabrina Hill reports.
In today’s Almond Update, we hear why it’s important to keep almond orchards properly watered even after harvest. Sabrina Hill has more.
In this week’s Almond Update, we learn more about using strategic deficit irrigation. Sabrina Hill reports.
As we’re getting near the time of almond hullsplit, growers should be thinking about irrigation techniques, such as strategic deficit irrigation. Sabrina Hill has more.
The Almond Board recently held its annual Almond Sustainability Tour, bringing together representatives from various state organizations, along with researchers and almond board leaders to hear about the ways the …
The Almond Board is working to let the public know the true facts about almonds, especially when it comes to water use. Sabrina Hill has more on its efforts.
In this week’s Almond Update, hear from entomologist David Haviland on monitoring for mites.
As growers are thinking about their May spray for navel orangeworm, the Almond Board reminds them to consider some helpful insects in the orchard. Sabrina Hill has more.
Almond growers are watching for signs of alternaria, and there’s an online tool that can help them. Sabrina Hill reports.
With this Almond Update, we continue with helping growers through the drought. Almond growers need to think not only about this year – but the next few years – as …