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Young almond orchards are susceptible to verticillium

Issue Date: May 25, 2011
By Bob Johnson

Last season was the perfect storm for an outbreak of verticillium in the almond orchards of the Sacramento Valley. The unusually cool and moist spring made for rapid multiplication of verticillium, a fungus that lives in the soil.

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