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HOW WE GROW MAY/JUNE 2020 | ISSUE 9 Dollars and Sense: Economics, Research Propel Gradual Move to Off-Ground Harvesting For Trinitas Farming, the decision to experiment with off-ground harvesting was motivated by necessity and grounded by an ethic of continual innovation to increase efficiency and effectiveness. Page 7 Page 3 Page 5 Page 13 Shopping for Irrigation Technology Knowing the needs of individual orchard blocks, and then selecting the right irrigation technology and provider, are invaluable to maintaining the health of your orchard and improving your bottom line. USDA Provides Funding to Combat Navel Orangeworm A federal incentive program is providing more options for growers who want to spoil the party for the worst pest in almonds – Navel Orangeworm (NOW) – while using fewer pesticides to get the job done. Global Market Development Launches New Advertising in Four Countries The Almond Board of California's Global Market Development team is charged with building demand for California almonds around the world. By conducting rigorous market analysis, staff identify and prioritize markets across the globe that will provide the greatest return on investment for the almond industry.

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