Below is a collection of upcoming seminars and training opportunities that may be of interest to California avocado growers.

Training News

CDFA Healthy Soils Grants and SWEEP Program Informational Seminars Available

  • Jan 14, 2019

Learn more about the CDFA's Healthy Soils Incentives Program and SWEEP program grants and workshops in San Diego County, San Luis Obispo County and Ventura County designed to help interested growers complete the grant applications.

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Herbicide Sprayer Calibration Workshop

  • Jan 11, 2019

The University of California Cooperative Extension — San Diego is hosting an Herbicide Spray Calibration Workshop on January 30.

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Upcoming CAS Seminar Addresses Mulch, Phytophthora and Gibberellic Acid Use

  • Jan 07, 2019

The California Avocado Society will host the first of its 2019 California Avocado Growers Seminar Series with workshops focused on mulch and Phytophthora. Dr. Ben Faber, Dr. Tim Spann and Dr. Carol Lovatt will deliver presentations at the seminars.

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Fruit Tree Growth, Cropping and Management Seminar

  • Nov 30, 2018

The University of California Cooperative Extension and the University of California, Davis Plant Sciences are offing a two-week course entitled, “Principles of Fruit and Nut Tree Growth, Cropping and Management.” The course will be held from February 25 – March 7, 2019 at UC Davis.

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Fox Canyon Hosting Advanced Metering Infrastructure/Pilot Water Market Workshop

  • Nov 15, 2018

California avocado growers within the Fox Canyon Groundwater Management Agency’s boundaries are encouraged to attend a workshop that will review the ordinance mandating all agricultural well facilities requiring flowmeters have advanced metering infrastructure technology installed.

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Shot Hole Borer Training Available

  • Nov 09, 2018

California avocado growers interested in learning more about polyphagous and Kuroshio shot hole borers are encouraged to attend an Invasive Shot Hole Borer (ISHB) Class and Field Training session.

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