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The Irrigation Association and the Center for Irrigation Technology are organizing an Irrigation Seminar series for the World Ag Expo in Tulare.Find out more »
Central Valley Water Quality Coalitions are offering training sessions for growers who want to certify their own Nitrogen Management Plans (NMP) for properties located in High Vulnerability areas. The training sessions are put on by Certified Crop Advisors (CCAs) who have completed a curriculum training approved by the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) and University of California.Find out more »
Sessions include Production of organic baby spinach using buried drip irrigation Full season nitrogen management of vegetables Optimizing water management in celery using ET weather-based scheduling Region 5 water quality coalitions – demonstrating achievements in water quality Evaluation of salinity effects on strawberry production Water and nitrogen management of Asian vegetables/SWEEP and Healthy soils programs Grower Panel: Nitrogen Management in Practice 12:30 Pizza LunchFind out more »
Day 1: Nutrient Management Day 2: Two Tracks: Annual or Permanent CropsFind out more »
Talks include Turf Drainage and Runoff, Surface Water Regulations Update, and Use of Mulch and Soil Amendments for Disease Suppression.Find out more »
The Fertilizer Institute (TFI) and the Fertilizer Industry Round Table (FIRT) jointly host the Fertilizer Outlook and Technology Conference in the fall of each year. The conference is geared towards industry members, financial analysts, business consultants, trade press representatives, agricultural retailers, agronomists, engineers and government economists. Conference participants can expect to gain perspective on the outlook for agriculture and major fertilizer materials and inputs from industry experts. New technology and issues that impact plant nutrition are also key topics of…Find out more »