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Sacramento Valley Prune News

Cooperative Extension Butte County 2279-B Del Oro Avenue Oroville CA 95965 Office (530) 538-7201 Fax (530) 538-7140 cebutte ucanr edu/ Sacramento Valley Prune News 2017 In This Issue Growing the Valley Luke Milliron and Madera County Farm Advisor Phoebe Pre-Harvest Harvest Prune Orchard Considerations Managing

Sacramento Valley Almond News

UC Cooperative Extension Capitol Corridor • Serving Sacramento Solano Yolo Counties Katherine Pope Orchard Systems Advisor • 70 Cottonwood Street Woodland • (530) 377-9528 Sacramento Valley Almond News Serving Sacramento Solano Yolo Counties January 2017 Remember to visit us at the Sac Valley Orchard Source

Growing Prunes (Dried Plums) in California: An Overview

prune crop Other major prune-producing countries are France Chile and Argentina Almost all of California's prune acreage is located in the Central Valley—about 80 percent of it in the Sacramento Valley and 20 percent in the San Joaquin Valley As of 2005 the ten counties with the most acreage are (in descending order) Sutter Butte

SACRAMENTO VALLEY PRUNE WALNUT NEWS

Prune News Walnut News UC Cooperative Extension advisors and specialists have initiated a rootstock research We know that Sacramento Valley prune orchards are primarily hosts to ring and root lesion nematodes (Criconemoides xenoplax and Pratylenchus vulnus respectively)

Sacramento Valley Prune News

Cooperative Extension Sutter-Yuba Counties Home Programs 4-H Youth Development Program Sac Valley Prune News - Bloom 2017 Feb 22 2017 | View All Issues Annual Prune Meeting Agenda Prune bloom orchard management considerations Crop Load Adjustment (Thinning Prunes) Bad Bloom Weather Options

University of California Cooperative Extension Solano and

University of California Cooperative Extension Solano and Yolo County U C and U S D A cooperating Serving Solano Yolo Counties! February 2010 - Issue 17 SACRAMENTO VALLEY PRUNE NEWS Prunes Need Honey Bees to Pollinate Flowers and Set Fruit

Sacramento Valley Prune News

Sacramento Valley Prune Meeting • Prune Bloom Orchard Management • Dry Warm Winter Raises Questions about Irrigation • Thinning Prunes Ted De • Evaluating New Rootstocks: What's the Latest? 10: • New Hazard for Interplanted Orchards • Fungicide Efficacy Franz Niederholzer UCCE Farm Advisor Sutter Yuba Counties

Sacramento Valley Orchard Source

UC is hiring a Staff Research Associate to support the UC Cooperative Extension Orchards research and extension programs in the southern Sacramento Valley If you know any hard-working folks looking to work in agricultural research and extension please pass along this opportunity

COOPERATIVE EXTENSION UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA

COOPERATIVE EXTENSION UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA TREE AND VINE NOTES 2007 North San Joaquin Winegrape Seminar Sacramento Valley 1 5 hours of continuing education credits pending 3 References on Frost Protection and Meteorology prune to keep the pistachio canopy compact and upright for productivity and harvestability 5 2007 Regional

UC Cooperative Extension

SACRAMENTO VALLEY REGIONAL PRUNE NEWSLETTER Full color articles and photos are available on our Website: cetehamaucanr edu Richard P Buchner UC Farm Advisor -Orchard Crops Tehama County Director Fruit and Nut Notes April 2015 Prepared by Cindy McClain Office Manager/Ag Secretary - Volume 6 - UC Cooperative Extension-Tehama County

Sacramento Valley Prune Newsletter

Sacramento Valley Prune Newsletter Nematode Problems in Prune Production Richard P Buchner UC Farm Advisor Tehama County Michael V McKenry UC Extension Specialist Nematology Nematodes are microscopic unsegmented roundworms which occur nearly everywhere Food sources include bacteria protozoa earthworms flowering plants trees fish

Sacramento Valley Walnut News

Cooperative Extension Sutter-Yuba Counties Home Programs 4-H Youth Development Program Sacramento Valley Walnut News - Winter 2016 Pruning Under the Threat of Bot Key to Navel Orangeworm Management - NOW is the Time Training Young Walnut Trees: Minimum Pruning vs No Pruning Compared

Sacramento Valley Walnut News

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UCCE Tehama County

What is UC Cooperative Extension? The University of California's 64 Cooperative Extension (UCCE) offices are local problem-solving centers More than 400 campus-based specialists and county-based farm home and youth advisors work as teams to bring the University's research-based information to

Sacramento Valley Walnut News

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Sacramento Valley Prune Newsletter

Sacramento Valley Prune Newsletter Nematode Problems in Prune Production Richard P Buchner UC Farm Advisor Tehama County Michael V McKenry UC Extension Specialist Nematology Nematodes are microscopic unsegmented roundworms which occur nearly everywhere Food sources include bacteria protozoa earthworms flowering plants trees fish

SACRAMENTO VALLEY PRUNE WALNUT NEWS

Prune News Walnut News UC Cooperative Extension advisors and specialists have initiated a rootstock research We know that Sacramento Valley prune orchards are primarily hosts to ring and root lesion nematodes (Criconemoides xenoplax and Pratylenchus vulnus respectively)

Sacramento Valley Prune Newsletter

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA • COOPERATIVE EXTENSION • GLENN COUNTY P O Box 697 (821 E South St ) Orland CA 95963 • (530)865-1107 • FAX (530)865-1109 February 16 2011 Vol XII No 1 In This Issue Maximizing Grower Profit in Tough Times Sutter/Yuba Prune Day Encouraging Prune Size and Quality Frost Protection High Temperatures at Bloom

SACRAMENTO VALLEY PRUNE NEWS

University of California Cooperative Extension Solano and Yolo County U C and U S D A cooperating Serving Solano Yolo Counties! July 2009 - Issue 13 SACRAMENTO VALLEY PRUNE NEWS Harvest Timing for Sutter Carolyn DeBuse UC Farm Advisor Solano/Yolo Counties The new Sutter prune variety is in its early years of planting and harvesting

UC Cooperative Extension

SACRAMENTO VALLEY REGIONAL PRUNE NEWSLETTER Full color articles and photos are available on our Website: cetehamaucanr edu Richard P Buchner UC Farm Advisor -Orchard Crops Tehama County Director Fruit and Nut Notes April 2015 Prepared by Cindy McClain Office Manager/Ag Secretary - Volume 6 - UC Cooperative Extension-Tehama County

Prunes

The UC Cooperative Extension Orchard Crop Advisors in the Sacramento Valley are excited to announce the launch of our new website – the Sacramento Valley Orchard Source! This site will bring together the wealth of information we provide in one location including: Pruning Hand vs mechanical pruning comparison

Sacramento Valley Prune News

Cooperative Extension Butte County 2279-B Del Oro Avenue Oroville CA 95965 Office (530) 538-7201 Fax (530) 538-7140 cebutte ucanr edu/ Sacramento Valley Prune News 2018 Considerations of Mechanical Luke Milliron UCCE Farm and Glenn Counties In This Issue Butte County Newsletters are going online! 3rd Annual Post-Harvest

Pruning prunes: Long pruning during tree training

You are invited to a UC Cooperative Extension Zoom meeting on training young prune trees During this meeting we will discuss the UC research and grower experience with long pruning of prune trees during orchard establishment Luke Milliron and Franz Niederholzer will present the UC research

New Website for Northern CA Producers

Jun 16 2016A new website for northern California producers went live last week with the new Sacramento Valley Orchard Source New Website for Northern CA Producers Several cooperative Extension advisors saw the need to get all of their information together in one place to make it easier for the industry to find

In this Sacramento Valley Almond News

UC Cooperative Extension Capitol Corridor • Serving Sacramento Solano Yolo Counties Katherine Pope Orchard Systems Advisor • 70 Cottonwood Street Woodland • (530) 666-8733 Sacramento Valley Almond News Serving Sacramento Solano Yolo Counties January 2016 Upcoming Almond Meetings • Young Orchards Workshop – January 14th 8

Sacramento Valley Prune News 2014 Fall

Sacramento Valley Prune News 2014 Potassium Nutrition – Maintaining Optimum Levels by Replacing What You've Lost Katherine Pope UCCE Farm Advisor Sacramento Solano and Yolo Counties Fall is an excellent time to manage the potassium (K) needs of prune trees Assessment of your trees' nutrient needs should take into

Sacramento Valley Prune News

Cooperative Extension Sutter-Yuba Counties 142A Garden Highway Yuba City CA 95991-5512 Sacramento Valley Prune News 2017 Annual Prune Bad Bloom Weather Fungicide Efficacy Niederholzer UCCE Farm Advisor Sutter Yuba Counties Annual UCCE South Sacramento Valley Prune Meeting Co-sponsored by Sutter Co Ag Commissioner's Office

UC Cooperative Extension

SACRAMENTO VALLEY REGIONAL PRUNE NEWSLETTER Full color articles and photos are available on our Website: cetehamaucanr edu Richard P Buchner UC Farm Advisor -Orchard Crops Tehama County Director Fruit and Nut Notes October 2014 Prepared by Cindy McClain Office Manager/Ag Secretary - Volume 11 - UC Cooperative Extension-Tehama County

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA • COOPERATIVE EXTENSION •

Hot weather at bloom ruined the prune crop in all of California in 2004 and in the south Sacramento Valley in 2005 and 2007 Average yield per acre in those years was about 0 5 dry ton per acre in Sutter/Yuba Counties High temperatures (80oF) at full bloom appear to