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.
Annual EcoFarm Conference
Join us for four days of community and connection at the oldest and largest sustainable farming conference in the West. Featuring over 60 skill-building workshops in English and Spanish, keynotes, pre-conference events, farm tours, seed swaps, tastings, networking, and the EcoFarm Expo.
KRWQC Annual Workshop – Hanford
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
Spray Safe Event
We are excited to announce the 17th Annual Spray Safe Event. This event has grown exponentially, and we are proud to say that attendance continues to grow year after year. As Kern County Agriculture has continued to provide for the county, state, and country, safety must remain paramount. We rely on the generosity of farmers,…
Objective The diverse program will include an industry overview as well as sessions on various important topics within the areas of Food Safety and Regulations, Horticulture Science, and Integrated Pest Management. Intended Audience Pistachio Day delivers the latest research-based production practices to prospective or current growers, production managers, and pest control consultants so they are better able…
Please join Sacramento Valley advisors in Woodland the afternoon of Wednesday, January 18, 2023 for presentations on rootstock selection, tree irrigation and stress, and other management decisions in lean times. If unable to make it, the same presentation will be made in Arbuckle in the morning from 8am-12pm.
Join on Thursday, January 19, 2023 for the North Valley Nut Conference where advisors will discuss navel orangeworm, irrigation strategies, walnut mold management, and phytophthora. There will be a hosted lunch with a talk on pollinator health management.
Soil health can be improved with cover crops, reduced tillage, and organic amendments like compost but growers do not always know how specific factors like compost rate and source impact soil quality. At this tailgate Charlotte Decock Assistant Professor in Earth & Soil Science at Cal Poly shares findings of recent trials studying the effect…
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.