California Avocado Commission Celebrates Its 40th Year
A lot has changed during the past 40 years. Take a look at the major activities, programs and campaigns that have played a key role in establishing the Commission as a leader in the produce industry.Enjoy a trip down memory lane.
For California avocado growers, January is the month that groves tend to be susceptible to frost and freeze damage. As the threat of colder weather arrives, it’s important for growers to understand the mechanics of frosts and freezes, and what they can do to protect their groves from unseasonably cold conditions.
Growers are probably aware of the trade issues between the U.S. and China that have been widely covered in the media. In anticipation of technical bilateral meetings between the two countries, the Commission drafted a letter to the USDA on behalf of members of Congress urging the USDA to make China market access a priority.
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