Avocado Decision Support Tools Available to California Growers
The Avocado Decision Support Tools help guide growers through decisions about fertilization to maximize yield. The system also includes an irrigation calculator to help growers plan and track irrigation.Learn more.
The NOAA and the National Weather Service have issued “fire weather watch” statements for Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego and Ventura Counties. Learn more.
San Diego Water Board Stepping Up Enforcement of Commercial Agriculture Regulatory Program Enrollment
The San Diego Regional Water Quality Board announced that it is stepping up enforcement against growers who have not enrolled in a third-party group for the Commercial Agriculture Regulatory Program and noted it sent 128 enforcement letters in September and will send at least 100 more letters in October.
The California Avocado Commission joined chain culinarians, commodity board members, food manufacturers and American farmers and growers in broad discussions concerning the challenges and opportunities of the related industries at the "Flavor, Quality and American Menu" conference hosted by the Culinary Institute of America.
Per the Food Safety Modernization Act, growers and harvesters are required to demonstrate that their policies, procedures and workers all comply with food safety practices. As part of that compliance, one supervisor or responsible member of the farm must complete food safety training approved by the Federal Department of Agriculture. Learn more about upcoming training sessions.
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