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Internship Offers: Technical Intern and Laboratory Technician Intern at Boundary Bend Olives Inc. Woodland

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  Boundary Bend Olives Inc. (BBO). Australia's largest olive oil producer, is offering two intern positions at their newly constructed mill in Woodland, CA. The Technical intern will assist the Field Operations Department and growers to...

Intern Posting-Lab Tech intern 1.14.18
Intern Posting-Lab Tech intern 1.14.18

Intern Posting-Technical intern 12.11.17
Intern Posting-Technical intern 12.11.17

Posted on Tuesday, January 23, 2018 at 1:42 PM

Check out the Revised Almond and Walnut Pest Management Guideline

Writer/editor Cheryl Reynolds at UC Integrated Pest Management, just published this fantastic blog on the Revised Almond and Walnut Pest Management Guideline. Happy HolidaysFNRIC

Posted on Friday, December 22, 2017 at 12:54 PM

Job Offer Fruit and Nut Tree Manager Position

Pinnacle Recruitment Services is recruiting for a client in the Northern California region for a Fruit and Nut Tree Manager position.      Fruit & Nut Tree Manager Chico, CA Our client is a well-known, established worldwide...

Fruit  Nut Tree Manager JD
Fruit Nut Tree Manager JD

Posted on Wednesday, November 29, 2017 at 1:12 PM
Tags: job offer (1), manager (1), nursery (2)

Job offer: Nursery Operations Horticulturist in Ventura County

Brokaw Nursery, located in Ventura County, is seeking a motivated employee to spearhead their in-house nursery trials and experimental efforts. Brokaw Nursery is one of California's largest suppliers of wholesale subtropical orchard trees, serving...

Horticulturist  Posting
Horticulturist Posting

Posted on Wednesday, September 13, 2017 at 11:44 AM
Tags: Job (1), Nursery (2)

Interview With Tree Breeder Tom Gradziel

Tom Gradziel Breeding trees takes a long time, says Tom  Gradziel, a geneticist at the University of California, Davis. He knows this because he's spent the last twenty years breeding almonds and peaches for California's booming...

Posted on Monday, June 5, 2017 at 9:56 AM
  • Author: Rika Fields
  • Editor: David Alexander Foster
Tags: almonds (2), breeding (1), fnric (1), fruits and nuts (1), peaches (2)

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