October 19, 2021

Almond Board of California

Reviewing ‘NOW’ Monitoring Tools

When it comes to navel orangeworm (NOW), the first step in an integrated pest management program is monitoring pest levels. Watch this unbiased review of NOW monitoring tools.

Register now for the Almond Conference 2021

The Almond Conference, which will be held from 7th to 9th December 2021, in person at the newly renovated SAFE Credit Union Convention Center, is free to attend. Registration for The Almond Conference 2021 is complimentary and open to all almond industry professionals. Conference sessions are open to all registrants, both attendees and exhibitors/sponsors. Meal tickets

UN Pre-Summit: Deciding the Future via ‘Decade of Action’

The United Nations (U.N), along with global stakeholders (Governments, private sector, agricultural coalitions, non-governmental organizations, etc.), is having an ongoing dialogue as part of the ‘Decade of Action’ to discuss future food systems in the face of climate change and growing global hunger issues. As part of this, Italy recently hosted the UN Food Systems

USDA-NASS Projects Smaller Crop in 2021

The California Almond Objective Measurement Report, published early this week by the United States Department of Agriculture-National Agricultural Statistics Service (USDA-NASS), estimates that the 2021 crop will come in at 2.8 billion meat pounds, 10 percent below last year’s record of 3.1 billion pounds. The drop comes during a very difficult water year across California and

Virtual Orchard Tour showcases almond nutrition, responsible farming

Last month, the Almond Board of California’s (ABC) global food professional and health professional teams hosted the first-ever Virtual Orchard Tour. Food and beverage professionals, sustainability professionals, registered dietitians and nutritionists, and trade media from the U.S., Europe and Mexico attended this two-day experience, which featured on-site, in-orchard grower interviews as well as Q&As highlighting California almond

More almond crops, forecasts USDA-NASS

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) is predicting an increase in the California almond crop. The USDA-NASS 2021 California Almond Subjective Forecast estimates California almond orchards will produce 3.2 billion pounds of nuts this year, up 3 percent from last year’s 3.12 billion-pound crop. Forecasted yield is expected to reach 2,410 pounds per acre, 3 percent lower

March 16: Training on Irrigation Tips

Almond Board of California’s (ABC) Training Tuesdays – Techniques and Tools to Determine When to Start Irrigation This training will provide industry members with insight into techniques and tools they can use to determine when to start irrigating, as well as theimportance of creating an irrigation schedule that can be utilized throughout the growing season. Attendees