This is an archive of seminars covering a variety of topics — including issues related to the agricultural industry and, more specifically, the California avocado industry.
The University of California Cooperative Extension is offering a free e-learning series concentrated on addressing agricultural water concerns relevant to California growers, including Produce Safety Rule testing updates and agricultural water treament and management best practices.
The UC Thelma Hansen Fund presents "Climate Change: What Does It Mean for Southern California" — a three-day webinar designed for growers, ranchers, crop advisors, policy makers, Master Gardeners, and the general public.
The California Department of Food and Agriculture’s Office of Environmental Farming and Innovation is hosting this free webinar that will be led by experts from California and Israel who specialize in policies and strategies useful to farmers in semi-arid climates.
The Virtual Avocado Field Day: Zooming to Healthier Trees and Soils will cover a wide range of topics of interest to California avocado growers. Learn more about this virtual avocado field day.
To assist growers with compliance for the Food Safety Modernization Act Produce Safety Rule, a new webinar will be held March 23.
The University of Florida researchers will host an online Avocado Laurel Wilt and Red Bay Ambrosia Beetle Workshop to provide updates concerning basic and applied LW-AB research and information concerning how this pest-disease complex impacts avocado production.
Attendance is limited, so interested persons are encouraged to register early.