Visit with Holloway at the Almond Conference in Sacramento and speak to one of our local soil experts or agronomists about your upcoming project.
Holloway’s agronomy team saw major issues Monday while making its rounds in Kern County, noting standing water on a number of high-producing orchards that already had nuts drying on the ground in windrows.
Please watch for harvest machinery and use extra caution when driving through agricultural harvest areas this time of year! #BrakeForHarvest
Holloway President Sits Down with Bakersfield Californian to Discuss his 50 Years in Local Ag Holloway President Vard Terry celebrated his 50th anniversary with the company this past Saturday, and today was featured on the front page of the Bakersfield Californian. In the article Terry looks back on 50 years in local agriculture, what challenges growers have been faced with and how the industry has evolved in that time. "Twenty years ago, there was more of a repeating what we've done," Terry said, "as opposed to today (saying,) 'Let's look at this scientifically." Read the full article via the Bakersfield [...]
AgSoilworks and Holloway are excited to be hosting our 2021 Spring Field Day in Lost Hills on April 28, 2021. Come join us at the Field Day for: Demos of AgSoilworks’ precision deep ripping and development services, which include single to five-shank ripping for optimal root-zone conditions and placement of gypsum, compost and fertilizer. Redevelopment Planning Discussions from local growers and experts. Updates on Holloway’s soil-first solutions, amendments, agronomy program, Grave-to-Cradle removal and spreading services. Holloway Gypsum Mine Tours, showing you the historic mine where it all started. BBQ lunch and refreshments. Daniel Boone Green Mountain Smoker and other giveaways, and much more! [...]