Nut, Prune and Olive Programs
- UC Cooperative Extension Cost and Return Studies
Double Line Drip Irrigation. Southern San Joaquin Valley. 2016 PDF
Flood Irrigated. San Joaquin Valley North. 2011. PDF
Micro-sprinkler. San Joaquin Valley North. 2016. PDF
- Olive Oil
Super High Density. San Joaquin Valley 2007. PDF
- Olives - San Joaquin Valley. 2005 PDF
- Pecans - Sacramento/San Joaquin Valley - 2005. PDF
Low Volume Irrigation - San Joaquin Valley South. 2015. PDF
Following a tip generated by citizen scientists in the Porterville/Tulare area, UC ANR researchers have installed traps to determine the potential for Velvet longhorned beetle, Trichoferus campestris (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae), introduction to the...
Crown gall is one of the most common diseases observed in commercial walnut orchards in California. The disease, caused by a plant pathogenic bacterium, is easy to identify based on symptomology alone. Agrobacterium tumefaciens causes crown...
Over 80% of the almond crop is borne on short, compact vegetative shoots called spurs. Each season, however, only a portion of the spur population on a given tree supports fruit production. Because of their role in supporting productivity and yield,...