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Nickels Lab benefits almond industry
This year’s Environmental Stewardship Tour, hosted May 13 by the Almond Board of California, serves as a reminder and
Almond irrigation strategies
In response to water shortages in recent years, particularly on the West Side of the San Joaquin Valley, UC irrigation
Almond pest management techniques
At the 2009 Almond Industry Conference, Jim Adaskaveg, UC Riverside plant pathologist, and entomologists Joel Siegel
Fungicide management in almonds
The history of fungicide loss in almonds as a result of disease resistance goes back to the 1980s, when brown rot
Specialty crop grants benefit almonds
The California Department of Food and Agriculture recently awarded several research grants for specialty crop projects
Focusing on NOW management
A five-year navel orangeworm (NOW) research project funded by USDA-ARS and established last year is already offering
Drought management and almond research
During the 2009 season, presentations and recommendations by UC irrigation specialists continue to draw on past
Stockpile management in almonds 1
Minimizing the potential for aflatoxins in almonds is an industrywide effort, beginning in the orchard by managing
Lower limb dieback is almond mystery
A relatively new problem in almonds, researchers have been investigating the causes and potential cures of lower limb
Unraveling the mystery of lower limb dieback in almonds
A relatively new problem in almonds, researchers have been investigating the causes and potential cures of lower limb
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