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Ceres Imaging Partners with Evergreen FS to Bring Pest and Disease Early Warning System to Corn and Soybean Farmers

As seen in the images above, Ceres proved helpful identifying outbreaks of Cercospora beneath a healthy-looking soybean canopy. Ceres Imaging, which provides science-backed aerial images to growers, will offer Midwestern corn and soybean farmers an early warning system for pests and diseases in 2018. The pest and disease detection product was tested in partnership with Evergreen FS, a co...

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Changes coming for the Irrigated Lands Regulatory Program

Key Points Growers must already report nitrogen management data and farm evaluations under the ILRP, with most growers reporting to a Coalition that works with the state. New rules will be voted on by the State Water Board Jan. 23, 2018, and will likely require three report types: nitrogen management, irrigation management, and the farm evaluation. A new statistic of nitrogen used divide...

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Category: Industry Trends

Future challenges define Almond Board strategy: State of the Industry at the Almond Conference

  What’s on the radar of the Almond Board of California? There’s a wave of new production coming in the next five years that needs buyers. There are booming businesses like Sears Roebuck, now fallen on hard times. There are growing piles of shells and hulls without much value. Along with challenges like these come opportunity, though, said ABC President and CEO Richard Waycott and board ...

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Category: Industry Trends

See what the California Walnut Board has cooking in new campaign

        Take a trip back in time to 1990, when around California growers produced about 230,000 tons of walnuts. A walnut on rollerblades was tearing it up on national TV in distinctly 1990s style. It’s somewhat possible the ad spot was influenced by the California Raisins, who were all the rage on televisions across the country, singing “Heard it Through the Grapevine.” Or it could just...

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