John Edstrom, University of California tree nut farm advisor, Colusa County, stands next to a second leaf Monterey almond tree stunted this past spring and pruned back. Weather is the likely culprit, instead of the Krymsk86 rootstock.
Leaf browning and curling are evidence of a problem found in a small number of almond trees this past spring mostly in the Sacramento Valley.
John Edstrom examines regrowth on a tree after heavy pruning.
Krymsk86 IS a highly compatible rootstock for the Nonpareil variety.
John Edstrom has 32 years of experience in the Sacramento Valley almond industry.
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