COVID-19 Resource Page for California Avocado Growers
To help members of the California avocado industry manage the challenges presented by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the Commission has created a resource page with the latest industry-relevant COVID-19 news and updates.Visit the Page
California Avocado Merchandise Shop Holiday Promotions Garner Double and Triple-digit Sales Increases
With more consumers likely completing their holiday shopping online this year due to COVID, the California Avocado Commission ran engaging social and digital promotions featuring California avocado merchandise available exclusively at its online shop. The promotions were timed to coincide with key holiday shopping events and featured special merchandise codes to help budget-conscious consumers...
Although the California avocado growing regions are expected to experience a moderate La Niña phase with warmer average temperatures through spring 2021, the lower rainfall amounts associated with this climate phase can lead to sudden cold spells or freezes. Learn more about preparing groves for potential frosts or freezes.
The 2020 Crop Report Questionnaire was recently mailed to San Diego County growers to collect important crop data — such as crops grown, yield and gross value — utilized by the County of San Diego’s Agriculture, Weights and Measures department. The deadline to complete the questionnaire is February 28, 2021.
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