Almond Board of California (ABC) launched Accelerated Innovation Management (AIM), a major new strategic effort designed to make the almond industry even more efficient and sustainable. “Through our Accelerated Innovation …
The almond conference is next week. Jenny Nicalou, Manager, Industry Relations for the Almond Board tells us what to expect.
Advancements in technology have made propane irrigation engines more and more attractive to California producers as they have become competitive with conventional engines.
In this week’s Almond Update, Almond Board President and CEO Richard Waycott looks at the year past, the year ahead, and has a message for growers.
A lot of focus is being put on California by the propane industry as the market for propane irrigation engines continues to grow from new developments in equipment.
As almond growers continue to work their way through limited water supplies, University of California Cooperative Extension Farm Advisor David Doll says while yields will come back after limited irrigation …
In today’s Almond Update, we get information about the Food Safety Modernization Act.
The Almond Board is funding research into the possibility of using almond orchards to recharge groundwater.
The Almond Board of California is setting the final plans for this year’s Almond Conference. This year’s Almond Conference will feature more educational sessions than ever before. Senior Specialist, Industry …
The Almond Board is now accepting applications for its annual Almond Leadership Program. Almond Board Manager of Industry Relations, Jenny Nicalou, tells us more about the program.
The 2015 Almond Conference is coming up in just a couple of months. Almond Board program coordinator, industry relations, Rebecca Bailey, tells us what growers can expect.
It’s time to think about fall weed management, and the management plan for the upcoming season. Sabrina Hill talks with UC Weed Specialist, Brad Hanson.
Salinity management in almonds will be one of the topics at the upcoming Almond Conference. Sabrina Hill has more on what to expect.
Now is the time to plan for bee forage to help pollinators with next year’s crop. Sabrina Hill has more in this week’s Almond Update.