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The latest California Crop Weather report from the California Field Office of the National Agricultural Statistics Service.
There was shaking and harvesting of almonds in the Central Valley. Irrigation, weed control, and ground preparations continued in walnut orchards as some hull splitting began.
Harvest spread to more pistachio orchards as the full-scale harvest is expected to begin in the upcoming week. Irrigation and pest control was ongoing in pecan orchards.
Imperial County reported early transplants of cauliflower and pre-irrigation of carrot fields. In Fresno County, processing tomatoes, carrots, garlic, and onions were harvested. Tulare County reported cucumber, pepper, tomato, eggplant, and squash harvests for local markets.
Kern County reported the continued harvest of processing tomatoes. Broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, onions, and carrots are planted. San Joaquin County continued harvesting watermelons, squash, melons, and pumpkins. Stanislaus County reported melons being harvested.
Sutter County reported continued field work and ground preparation, plus the continued harvest of processing tomatoes. Tomatoes were treated for stinkbug. The processing tomato harvest was in full swing in Colusa County with great yields. Siskiyou County reported onions still growing. Thrips treatments were ongoing.