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Increase of Early Almond Varieties Demands Evolution in the Industry

More Early Almond Varieties Demands Evolution within the Industry

One of the main concerns with recent almond acreage trends is in the exponential growth of earlier harvesting varieties and how the how that will impact early stockpiling at hulling and processing facilities.  Growers obviously want to harvest their crops as soon as possible, but Navel Orangeworm damage doesn’t stop as soon as the nuts leave the orchard.  Watch this …

Navel Orangeworm Summit

Whether you grow almonds, pistachios or walnuts, successful management of insect damage is critical to protecting the premium quality and price of California nuts from the orchard to the export market. Join us for this special event as we look at… • The cost of damage and return on investment for growers, processors, and exporters from effective Navel Orangeworm control. …

California Pistachio Commission NOW Research Update Meeting

Place: Social Hall at the International Agricultural Center, Tulare Navel Orangeworm Meeting Agenda PART ONE 8:00-8:15        Dr. Bob Klein, Introduction, Updates on Sterile Moth Program, other industry issues 8:15-8:30        Dr. Joel Siegel, Update on damage 2007-2017, nut factors correlated with Navel Orangeworm damage, Pattern of damage in the San Joaquin Valley 2007-2017 8:30-9:15        Dr. Joel Siegel, Population dynamics of Navel …

In the Orchard Workshop: Almond IPM in Buttonwillow

Sign-in and Refreshments Almond Board Update: Almond Board of California California Almond Sustainability Program (CASP) Overview: SureHarvest Pest Management Update – Applied for DPR CE Category: 1.0 hrs. of Other, CCA CE Category: 1.0 hrs. Integrated Pest Management David Haviland, Area IPM Advisor Pest ID Spider Mite Navel Orangeworm o Reminder on how to manage NOW: ensure sprays reach the …

In the Orchard Workshop: Almond IPM in Oakdale

Sign-in and Refreshments 9:00 Almond Board Update Almond Board of California California Almond Sustainability Program (CASP) Overview SureHarvest Pest Management Update – DPR CE Category: 1.0 hrs. of Other. CCA CE Category: 1.0 hrs. Integrated Pest Management Jhalendra Rijal, Area IPM Advisor Pest ID Spider Mite and predator sampling Navel Orangeworm o Reminder on how to manage NOW: ensure sprays …

Almond IPM Lunch & Learn with Almond Board

Course Description: A lunch time opportunity where industry members will learn how to manage summertime diseases and implement an IPM program focusing on the Navel Orange worm. Welcome IPM Advisor Update – DPR CE Category 1.0 Hours of Other and CCA CE Category 1.0 Hours of Integrated Pest Management Emily J. Symmes, PhD Butte County UC Extension Area IPM Advisor …

ABC Funds $1 Million in Navel Orangeworm Research

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The Almond Board of California recently approved funding of $1 million dollars of a Navel Orangeworm Sterile Insect Technique research project. This is the single largest production research project ever funded by the Almond Board. The Almond Board of California (ABC) has been funding Navel Orangeworm (NOW) research for over twenty years and has made great progress in determining various …

Semios Navel Orangeworm Management Workshop

Semios Entomologist, Jordan Hazell takes PCAs and growers through an in-depth review of navel orangeworm management best practices. Receive 2.0 CE Credits. No fee to register, lunch is provided.  10:00 AM NOW Spring Activity & Emergence 10:30 AM Setting Traps, Trap Counts & Biofixes 11:00 AM Predicting Hullsplit 11:45 AM Lunch 12:30 PM The Impacts of Hull Split & Crop …

Effective use of Mating Disruption in Navel Orangeworm Control Program

Malcolm Media’s Tree & Vine Expo was once again a big hit for growers & crop consultants looking to get a better grip on pest management in their orchards.  One of the seminars featured UC IPM Advisor Jhalendra Rijal who shared how to more effectively incorporate mating disruption in their navel orangeworm control programs.  Watch his brief interview and read …

Successes & Concerns for the American Pistachio Industry

Special Thanks to This Video’s Sponsor Pistachio growers just enjoyed gathering for the annual American Pistachio Growers Conference last week. Watch this conference wrap-up interview with APG Executive Director Richard Matoian as he shares the current State of the Pistachio Industry, both the successes, and some concerns for the industry moving forward. Read more about it in the coming issue …

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