Almonds

CarbonWorks Agronomy System

Increase your almond yields by accelerating new tree growth, improving orchard uniformity, and boosting overall tree health. When every nut counts, growers choose CarbonWorks.

Grow Your Almond Orchard
With Our Step-by-Step Agronomy System.

ENHANCE THE BUILDING OF BUDS

Application

Apply 2 quarts per acre of CarbonWorks RSTC 17 post-harvest with the last irrigation in the fall.

Purpose

Maximizes next year’s yield potential by enhancing the building of almond buds over winter.

BOOST BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY

Application

Apply 2 quarts per acre of CarbonWorks RSTC 17 at pink bud (typically early February).

Purpose

Begins making nutrients available for the almond trees by jump-starting the soil biology.

Maximize Yield Potential

Application

Apply 1 quart per acre of CarbonWorks RSTC 17 when the leaves begin to push out (March).

Purpose

Increases yield potential by optimizing the environment for your almond trees to grow.

Retain your yield

Application

Apply 1 quart per acre of CarbonWorks RSTC 17 1–3 weeks after achieving full leaf-out (May).

Purpose

Maximizes the retention of your nut crop.

Enhance your Fertility Program (Optional)

Application

Blend 1 – 2 quarts per acre of CarbonWorks RSTC 17 with your fertilizers throughout the growing season.

Purpose

Enhances the efficacy of your fertilizers and reduces the negative effect salt has on your trees.

Jump-Start Your Almond Orchard

Application

Apply 1 oz of CarbonWorks RSTC 17 with 2 quarts of water per tree at planting.

Purpose

Accelerates development of the almond tree which promotes larger harvests at 3 and 4 leaf.

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Proven Results

2,800 lbs per acre almond harvest at 5 leaf
Oct 1, 2019
Trial:
Yield
Crop:
Almonds
Maturity:
4-Leaf
Location:
Dos Palos, CA

2,800 pounds per acre harvest on this 4-leaf almond orchard with CarbonWorks RSTC 17 and Replenish. 1,000 pounds more than last year with no bacterial blast or frost damage.

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