PNP March 2019 Issue

Contents of the March Issue:

Farming Sustainably to Carry on a Family Legacy
Bill Lyons Jr. – Grower, Rancher, Leader & Advocate

Pistachio Day Focuses on Production Strategies
Record 2018 Crop Had Low Insect Damage

Navel Orangeworm Mating Disruption Decisions
Some Growers Should Consider it While Others May Not

Controlling Bugs in Pistachios and Almonds
Crops Become Susceptible in April and May

Paraquat is Under Increased Caution
Updates on the Handling of the Compound

Pollination Points
When Should Hives be Released from Almond Orchards?

Fees for Bees
Auburn Researcher Focuses on Paying for Pollination
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