Week of Events
CAPCA 2023 CE Course Bundles
Courses are all online and once purchased can be completed any time through 12/31/2023. Courses available for purchase are: Big Picture of IPM Tools Rodents, Mosquitos, Trees, & Weeds CAC Update IPM Crop by Crop Discounted prices are available through 2/28/2023.
2023 California Plant and Soil Conference
We're back in person for 2023! Our objective is to promote human welfare through advising the acquisition and dissemination of scientific knowledge concerning the nature, use, improvement, and interrelationship of plants, soil, and the environment.
KRWQC Annual Workshop – Easton
Workshop topics will include: Irrigation and Nitrogen Management Plan (INMP) Worksheet and Summary Report Review of 2021 Nitrogen Management Plan Summary Report data and Nitrogen Use Evaluation General Order updates KRWQC Activities Groundwater protection
The Fertilizer Institute Annual Business Conference
The Annual Business Conference for 2023 – the premier networking event for the fertilizer industry – welcomes all members of the fertilizer supply chain to meet, greet and connect with TFI members and industry professionals.
Join us for this webinar during which we will discuss biological nutrient management in organic agriculture using a resource-conserving approach to nutrient management that builds soil nutrient retention, cycling, and delivery capacity. Participants in this training will be provided foundational information on biological nutrient management practices and up-to-date research in organic agricultural systems. This webinar…
Growers are required to attend an annual grower meeting each year. The year is based on the membership year which is July 1 to June 30. The following are dates and times of 2022/23 Annual Grower meetings members must attend to stay in compliant with the state regulations for the Irrigated Lands Regulatory Program.
Please join UC SAREP on Wednesday, February 08, 2023 in touring three organic farms in the Capay Valley that are integrating cover crops and grazing into their orchard and vineyard systems.