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American Pistachio Growers Annual Conference

The 2019 American Pistachio Annual Conference will be held February 25 – 27, 2019 at the breathtaking JW Marriott Resort & Spa in Palm Desert, California. This will be your chance to connect with over 900 growers, processors and industry professionals. The 3-day event is packed with informational updates on: Industry Statistics APG Marketing Campaign Government Reports Crop Production Seminars …

Pistachio Bushy Top USDA Tree Assistance Seminar – Bakersfield

Are you a pistachio grower whose trees have been directly impacted by Bushy Top?  Attend one of the American Pistachio Growers regional Bushy Top seminars to find out if you qualify for the USDA-Tree Assistance Program (TAP) and learn what information is required for a grower to apply for reimbursement. Pistachio Bushy Top Syndrome (PBTS) has been designated as a …

Pistachio Bushy Top USDA Tree Assistance Seminar – Tulare

Are you a pistachio grower whose trees have been directly impacted by Bushy Top?  Attend one of the American Pistachio Growers regional Bushy Top seminars to find out if you qualify for the USDA-Tree Assistance Program (TAP) and learn what information is required for a grower to apply for reimbursement. Pistachio Bushy Top Syndrome (PBTS) has been designated as a …

Pistachio Bushy Top USDA Tree Assistance Seminar – Madera

Are you a pistachio grower whose trees have been directly impacted by Bushy Top?  Attend one of the American Pistachio Growers regional Bushy Top seminars to find out if you qualify for the USDA-Tree Assistance Program (TAP) and learn what information is required for a grower to apply for reimbursement. Pistachio Bushy Top Syndrome (PBTS) has been designated as a …

Pistachio Bushy Top USDA Tree Assistance Seminar – Sacramento

Are you a pistachio grower whose trees have been directly impacted by Bushy Top?  Attend one of the American Pistachio Growers regional Bushy Top seminars to find out if you qualify for the USDA-Tree Assistance Program (TAP) and learn what information is required for a grower to apply for reimbursement. Pistachio Bushy Top Syndrome (PBTS) has been designated as a …

American Pistachio Growers Summer Luncheon

Gain the latest on what’s going on in pistachio production and marketing, and enjoy a great lunch, with keynote Speaker Karen Ross from CDFA.  Register for the luncheon Here.  Pacific Nut Producer Magazine is a proud media partner with American Pistachio Growers, so be sure to see us there!

USDA-FSA Approves Pistachio Bushy Top Syndrome for Natural Disaster Assistance

Pistachio Bushy Top Syndrome has caused a lot of economic injury and heartache to the western pistachio industry over the last several years.  Thankfully, the USDA Farm Service Agency recently announced approval of Bushy Top as a natural disaster qualifying for coverage under the federal Tree Assistance Program for replacement of affected trees.  Watch this brief interview with Richard Matoian …

California Pistachio Crop Update: Summer 2018

What started off as a potentially disastrous year for the pistachio industry is now shaping up to potentially be one of the largest crops ever for California growers.  Watch this brief interview with Richard Matoian from American Pistachio Growers as he provides an update on the crop and invites growers to APG’s Summer Luncheon this week.  Read more about it …

Annual Nut Harvest Safety Day

Kings and Tulare Counties will host their annual safety event for Nut Harvesting workers on Wednesday, July 11 at the Kings Co. Fairgrounds in Hanford, from 8 am to 12 pm.  Lunch will be provided to all participants for free. Financial sponsorship for this event is provided by Kings and Tulare County Farm Bureaus and the American Pistachio Growers. The …

Pistachio Bushy Top Approved for USDA TAP Program

On May 31, the United States Department of Agriculture, Farm Service Agency (USDA-FSA) State Committee approved pistachio Bushy Top Syndrome as a natural disaster, thereby allowing pistachios to be included in USDA’s Tree Assistance Program (TAP).This means that eligible growers affected by the Bushy Top Syndrome could receive government assistance for the replacement of their affected trees. The program will be …

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