Tree fruit, Citrus, Avocado, and Nuts
Local field research is conducted by Cooperative Extension advisors, in cooperation with University of California Extension Specialists, Experiment Station personnel and growers. Research efforts target new crops and varieties that are best adapted to local growing conditions and markets. Irrigation, fertilization, and soil management research helps growers use natural resources effectively. Innovations in cultural practices and pest control help local growers produce an abundance of fruits, nuts, cereal grains, vegetables and other crops with environmentally sensitive methods.
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What Way Weeds Workshop
Enjoy beautiful Davis, CA and its incredible 2-1/2 day workshop on Weeds Hands-on approach to Weed Science School 2023 Weed Master - Joe DiTomaso Most of us learn best by doing, which is why Weed Science School 2023 promises to be better than...
Avocado Grower Meeting
June 14 (10 AM -1 PM) POLLINIZERS, WORLD MARKETS, ALTERNATIVE-MARKETING: STAYING PROFITABLE In-person meeting at Escondido Farm Bureau, 420 South Broadway, Escondido, CA 92025 and zoomed in for those who would prefer that...
Avocado Laurel Wilt Meeting
You are invited to Avocado Growers Workshop, Laurel Wilt-Ambrosia Beetles and Phytophthora Root Rot When: Jun 8, 2023 09:00 AM-12:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) This is a hybrid meeting – meaning, you can join us in-person at...