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The California Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) and U.S. EPA are investigating losses of adult and immature bees rented for almond pollination that were observed and reported this spring.
Over the years, the California Almond industry has enjoyed a long period of economic success and is generally regarded as one of the leading success stories for California agriculture.
Understanding the biological processes by which almond trees make fruiting and vegetative selections is critical to managing water in a drought year.
General attendee registration opens online today, July 1, for the Greatest Almond Show on Earth — The Almond Conference.
The California Almond objective forecast for the 2014–2015 crop year was announced today at the office of the Almond Board of California (ABC). Based on 860,000 bearing acres, the California Almond objective forecast for the 2014–2015 crop is 2.10 billion meat pounds.
Listen to Almond Board of California (ABC) marketing consultant, Melissa Mautz, as she discusses ABC's Good Neighbor Program. The Good Neighbor Program shares with consumers the contributions almond growers make to the community and economy of California.
The Almond Board of California (ABC) marketing team traveled to the Big Easy last month with a strong story to tell food product manufacturers — and, of course, some creative and delicious almond concepts.
The 15th edition of SIAL China, which took place in Shanghai in May, continues to be the premier trade show serving the Chinese market. A record was set this year, with over 45,000 food professional visitors and 2,400 exhibitors.
Last week, ABC’s Tim Birmingham discussed the Almond Board’s history of proactive food safety programs, including the 16th annual Food Quality and Safety Symposium, coming up July 23 in Lodi.
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The California Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) and U.S. EPA are investigating losses of adult and immature bees rented for almond pollination that were observed and reported this spring.
Over the years, the California Almond industry has enjoyed a long period of economic success and is generally regarded as one of the leading success stories for California agriculture.
The California Almond industry has devoted considerable resources to becoming more efficient in its use of water, and that message is being delivered by Almond Board of California (ABC) staff at key public meetings being held as the state is in the grips of a third straight year of drought.
The Almond Board of California (ABC) marketing team traveled to the Big Easy last month with a strong story to tell food product manufacturers — and, of course, some creative and delicious almond concepts.
USDA has announced an $8 million addition to the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) to be awarded to growers in five Midwestern states who establish new habitats for honey bees.
The California State Board of Food and Agriculture met recently to discuss groundwater sustainability. With California enduring its third consecutive year of drought, groundwater has become the last line of defense for agriculture.
The 15th edition of SIAL China, which took place in Shanghai in May, continues to be the premier trade show serving the Chinese market. A record was set this year, with over 45,000 food professional visitors and 2,400 exhibitors.
Last week, ABC’s Tim Birmingham discussed the Almond Board’s history of proactive food safety programs, including the 16th annual Food Quality and Safety Symposium, coming up July 23 in Lodi.
The California Almond objective forecast for the 2014–2015 crop year was announced today at the office of the Almond Board of California (ABC). Based on 860,000 bearing acres, the California Almond objective forecast for the 2014–2015 crop is 2.10 billion meat pounds.
General attendee registration opens online today, July 1, for the Greatest Almond Show on Earth — The Almond Conference.
While the current drought has caused growers to pay closer attention to irrigation practices, results from the California Almond Sustainability Program (CASP) reveal how California Almond growers have increased water-use efficiency through equipment and technology, and are coping with tight water supplies.
A survey of randomly selected almond growers is being conducted to determine what effect the drought is or will have on their farming operations this year.
Understanding the biological processes by which almond trees make fruiting and vegetative selections is critical to managing water in a drought year.
Have a plan to save water and reduce energy use in your irrigation system?
Listen to Almond Board of California (ABC) marketing consultant, Melissa Mautz, as she discusses ABC's Good Neighbor Program. The Good Neighbor Program shares with consumers the contributions almond growers make to the community and economy of California.
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