This week Tulare AG Products was working in northern California in a soon-to-be Pistachio orchard. Addressing negative field conditions prior to planting can be more cost effective and than waiting to address these after planting. By resolving field conditions earlier rather an later, these Pistachios are being given the foundation to grow and produce to their maximum potential.

Black Acid 14 was applied followed by Agua Flaca. The goal of these applications were to push sodium out of the root zone as well as break up free lime. By cleaning out the sodium and breaking up free lime, calcium that was not accessible are now free to be nutrient to the soon-to-be Pistachio roots.

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