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Jeanne Forbis, VP
Wilbur-Ellis Agribusiness HQ
Aurora, CO 80014
Two true bugs that are a problem in almond orchards in the San Joaquin Valley are the Green Stink Bug and the Leaf Footed Plant Bug. Both insects can cause damage to the crop that can result in economical loss to the grower.
California’s agricultural waterscape is looking relatively grim for the 2022 irrigation season. Many growers will be making irrigation decisions with a limited water supply weighing heavily on their minds.
Alternaria is a fungal disease that is caused by multiple species including A. alternata, A. arborescens, A. tennuissima.
Wilbur-Ellis Agronomists and our Food Safety and Field Technology Specialists use our proprietary software to help meet your food safety audit requirements.
Consistent morning soil temperatures are remaining in the high 30’s and low 40’s across the state.
2022 spring reminders As spring approaches here are a few reminders to add to your spring to-do list: Initial pre-season water tests Review and Complete Risk...
Like many Willamette Valley grass seed producers, Monroe, Oregon, farmer Tony Stroda has incurred significant losses to voles over the past two years, both in...
A new year is upon us and soon almonds will be breaking dormancy to kick off the 2022 growing season. As the proverbial question asks, which came first, the chicken or the egg? One might ask, which comes first, new roots or new leaves? As can be seen in the graphics below it is clear that immediately following bloom leaf out begins and after that, the first flush of spring root growth occurs (research conducted by Patrick Brown, et al).