GreenSheet | May 16, 2017

Read the latest GreenSheet for up-to-the-minute California avocado industry news, research and information.

Avocado Inspection Committee Seeks Members

  • May 05, 2017

The Avocado Inspection Committee (AIC) is responsible for making recommendations to the California Secretary of Food and Agriculture concerning matters pertaining to the California Avocado Inspection Program. This program ensures that California avocados meet the quality standards established by the industry.

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Upcoming Pine Tree Ranch Grower Field Day

  • May 12, 2017

On July 13, the California Avocado Commission will host a California avocado grower Field Day covering irrigation management, shot hole borers and current research projects at Pine Tree Ranch.

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White Chocolate and California Avocado Bars

  • May 08, 2017

When Compartes (Los Angeles) reached out to the California Avocado Commission (CAC) to tell us they were interested in producing a white chocolate bar made with local California avocados, we knew we had to seize the opportunity.

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CAC’s Instagram Stories Share Fallbrook Avocado Festival Experience with California Avocado Fans

  • May 10, 2017

The California Avocado Commission has sponsored the Fallbrook Avocado for a number of years to engage one-on-one with California avocado fans. The tradition continued on April 23 on Main Street in downtown Fallbrook.

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CAC Launches the California Avocado Season with Quintessential California Recipes

  • May 15, 2017

In March, as the California avocado season began, the California Avocado Commission (CAC) launched a consumer public relations campaign designed to get the attention — and the palates — of its eager fans. 

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30-Day Weather Outlook for May 15, 2017, to June 15, 2017

  • May 16, 2017

Summary- The basic pattern consists of the tendency for troughing near and over northcentral and N Calif. A pool of unusually cold water off the coast of central and N Calif, while warmer than normal sea surface temperatures are W and SW of SOCAL. The sea surface temperature anomaly (SSTA) pattern in the central N Pacific is strong and persistent enough to continue the tendency for WSW flow towards N Calif and troughing near or just W of Oregon into early June. El Niño has developed, and is already interrupting the transition to the warm season. A typical moderate to strong El Niño anomaly pattern is expected to develop per the current SSTA pattern and the NMME (North American Multi-Model Ensemble): time frame- later in the summer and autumn.

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