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Using a Pressure Chamber to Manage Irrigation

April 20, 2017 @ 10:30 am - 2:30 pm

Free, RSVP required

The University of California Cooperative Extension invites fruit and nut crop producers to participate in a free training opportunity.  This workshop will offer classroom teaching and field experience.  Attendees will have an opportunity to learn to use a pressure chamber on different nut and fruit crops, work with different types of pressure chambers and learn about a new app that speeds up the monitoring process.  The app instantly organizes the data and builds daily reports based on University of California guidelines to help growers achieve ideal irrigation conditions.  If you have a pressure chamber, you are encouraged to bring it for the field training.

This meeting is Co-Sponsored by: PMS Instrument Company and Pressure Bomb Express, LLC.

Due to limited space of 40 participants, RSVP is REQUIRED. Please call (530) 527-3101 or email clmcclain AT ucanr.edu.

10:30AM  Welcome and begin workshop at Glenn County Farm Bureau
10:40-11:00  What does a pressure chamber measure and tell us about orchard conditions and production potential?
11:00-11:15  Choosing and operating a pressure chamber
11:15-noon   Introducing and using a new app to manage pressure chamber data and arrive at decisions
noon-12:45  Brown bag lunch and travel to Lake Ranch for in-field training
12:45-2:30  Field training



April 20, 2017
10:30 am - 2:30 pm
Free, RSVP required


Allan Fulton


Glenn County Farm Bureau
831 5th St
Orland, CA 95963
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