Research funded by the California Dried Plum Board suggests that prunes could be a healthy way for United Kingdom consumers to improve their fiber intake
Subjective almond forecast suggests another record crop for California almonds
Fruit and vegetable producers frustrated with lack of attention to guest worker, immigration reform.
California pistachio growers and processors spend nearly $2 billion per year on goods and services -- money that ripples through nearly every segments of the economy
Just how much of California's almond crop was killed by freezing temperatures won't be known for at least a month
Field day aims at helping almond growers manage cover crops as means to benefit the orchard and provide useful honey bee habitat
Bee shortages and cost of pollination necessitate good inspection protocols ahead of almond bloom
Elections for several positions on the Almond Board open through Feb. 15.
Sharon Roden rose quickly among the ranks to become the first woman to chair the American Pistachio Growers, but that doesn't deter her from firm commitments to family and Roden Farms
USDA awards funds to combat citrus greening