The Fruit and Nut Research and Information Center at UC Davis is offering a two-week extension course focused on understanding basic fruit and nut tree biology and physiology and how it relates to agronomic practices. Understanding the fundamentals of tree biology is essential in making sound orchard management and business decisions in the fruit and nut trees industry. The course is taught by UC Davis faculty, extension specialists and farm advisors.Find out more »
Febraury 22, 12:30-4:30pm, Veterans Memorial Hall, Yuba City.
Topics include: 2017 flood damage and recovery; walnut tree growth characteristics; rootstocks; thousand cankers disease; laws & regs; California Walnut Board activities. Keep reading for full agenda.
February 23rd, Red Bluff Elk's Lodge, 8:30-1pm. Keep reading for full agenda.Find out more »
nnual UCCE South Sacramento Valley Prune Meeting
Co-sponsored by Sutter Co Ag Commissioner’s Office
Friday, March 2, 2018, 8:00 AM – 12:15 PM. Keep reading for full agenda.
March 6, 8:00-noon, 70 Cottonwood Street, Woodland.
Save the date - more details will be posted closer to the event.Find out more »
This workshop will explore various soil and water quality issues that may confront growers and agricultural consultants and discuss some of the management tools and strategies that are available to diagnose and manage them. RSVP Required.Find out more »
March 7th, 2018. Rain date: March 8th, 2018. Wheatland, CA. We will discuss various walnut training systems and walnut breeding updates,
and see two-year-old Solano and Durham trees, the two newest variety releases.
Join Emily Symmes (Sacramento Valley IPM Advisor) for the Monthly IPM Breakfast Meeting. The meetings will rotate throughout the Sacramento Valley & cover timely pest management topics. All growers, PCAs, and CCAs are welcome to join in the discussion.Find out more »
March 27th, 8:30am - 1pm, Corning, CA. Please join us to participate in talks and rotating sessions on best water and nutrient management practices.Find out more »