Commodity and specialty crop producers impacted by natural disasters in 2020 and 2021 are now eligible for the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Emergency Relief Program funding through the Farm Service Agency. Learn more about this funding resource.
The University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources is conducting an Avocado Irrigation Management Survey to study the practices used by California avocado growers and the challenges they face.
The University of California Small Farms Program is designed to help small-scale farm operators manage the challenges they face with field and marketing research focused on this sector of the industry. Learn more.https://sfp.ucanr.edu/marketing/
Growers Encouraged to Complete Brief Annual Crop Survey Critical to Predicting Fruit’s Flow to Market
Industry indicators have predicted a 306 million pound California avocado crop for 2022. To help the California Avocado Commission fine tune that estimate and better predict the harvest flow to market, California avocado growers are encouraged to complete CAC’s annual crop estimate survey.
On April 20, the UCCE San Diego Farm Bureau is hosting a UCCE Advisor Open House event where attendees can meet with UCCE San Diego Farm Advisors and Program Representatives.
The California Avocado Commission’s 2021 Annual report is now available on the California avocado growers’ website.
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