The California Master Beekeeper Program is offering two seminars for those interested in beekeeping. The courses are designed for those new to beekeeping, as well as for those with bees who want to learn more about how to keep their hives healthy and productive.
California State University San Marcos is hosting a Climate Action and Agriculture Symposium for growers, researchers, policy makers, consultants, government agency members and others.
As rains begin to alleviate the effects of California’s extended drought and leach long-accumulated salts from the root zone of our groves, it’s important to remember that salinity will be a perennial issue for California avocado growers because all waters — even rain water — have some dissolved salts in them and low rainfall is the rule, not the exception, in this state.
The University of California, Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources has a variety of nitrogen management publications available on its California Institute for Water Resources webpage that may be of interest to California avocado growers.