Crop harvest continues to be early this year across the board. Fresno County Farm Bureau Executive Director Ryan Jacobsen says Fresno County is following suit when it comes to early crop harvesting.
How will Russia’s ban on U.S. food imports affect California’s almond industry? Julie Adams, vice president, global technical and regulatory affairs for the Almond Board of California, tells us.
In today’s Almond Update by the Almond Board of California, Associate Director for Agricultural Affairs Bob Curtis tells us about a new guide on stockpiling and food safety. Sabrina Hill has more.
The Almond Board has a new industry guide for best management practices for bee health. Sabrina Hill reports.
The Almond Board this week is reminding growers to be aware of the dust caused by normal harvesting procedures.
The Almond Board has a big event coming up on July 23. Sabrina Hill talks with Almond Board Director of Quality Assurance and Industry Services Tim Birmingham.
Online registration for the 2014 Almond Conference is now open. Sabrina Hill has more.
One of the many things the Almond Board does is help the public understand almond growers are good neighbors. Sabrina Hill has this week’s almond update.
As almond growers look toward next year’s crop, how they managed this year’s small supply of water could make a big difference in yields. Sabrina Hill has more.
In today’s Almond Update, we learn about a group within the board that focuses on water issues. Sabrina Hill has more.
In 2009 the Almond Board of California created a sustainability program full of information and education for everyone in the industry with the emphasis on water consumption. AgNet West’s Taylor Hillman reports.
During the Almond Board’s recent Almond Environmental Stewardship Tour at Stewart and Jasper Orchards in Stanislaus County, pomology consultant Wes Asai explained there are many methods used to look for pests in almond orchards. But he says it’s not just the destructive pests you should look for. Sabrina Hill reports. Pest Management in Almonds
The Almond Board recently held its 11th annual environmental stewardship tour. It’s a chance for industry regulators to visit an almond grower and learn more about the issues the industry faces. Almond Board associate director of Government Affairs Gabriele Ludwig explains more. The Almond Board 11th Annual Environmental Stewardship Tour This year, the tour was held at
Sometimes the amount of numbers released in reports like the 2012 census can be overwhelming, however that transparency is a unique advantage to some industries. The Almond Board of California believes the more numbers you make public, the better. Benefits of Record Keeping in Almonds
Northern California growers are getting ready for their big yearly Almond Field Day on May 14th. The event starts at 9:00 a.m. at the Nickels estate in Arbuckle, California and will cover a variety of topics from hedging almonds to irrigation management. UC Farm Advisor Franz Niederholzer says they try to keep the information as timely as possible at the annual event. Almond …
In today’s Almond Board Update, Bob Curtis, Associate Director of Agriculture Affairs for the Almond Board of California, tells growers how to get important irrigation information. Getting Important Irrigation Information
The Almond Board is already preparing for this year’s Almond Conference, scheduled for December 9-10, 2014 in Sacramento, CA. Jenny Nicolau, Senior Specialist for the Almond Board, shares a little bit about the 2013 Almond Board Conference, and gives a preview of the upcoming conference. Preparing for This Year’s Conference To learn more about the 2014 Almond Conferernce, please CLICK …