On October 6th and 13th the Community Alliance with Family Farmers (CAFF) is
putting on training designed for agriculture professionals on the BIOS
approach to orchard management and technology transfer. They have put
together a program designed to expand one's working knowledge on the
implementation of biological farming practices in almonds, wine grapes and
other crops. This training will be appropriate for the novice and the
veteran extension/conservationist/environmentalist. To register for the
Workshop contact Mark Cady at the CAFF Office (530) 756-8518 extension 20.
There is a nominal registration fee of $10.
More Info on Workshop
October 6th workshop in Woodland, CA (a few spaces are still available, call
right away if you want to attend).
October 13th workshop in Fresno
Time: 8:30 AM Check-in
3:30 PM Adjourn
Fall Pest Control Decisions in Almonds (Lonnie Hendricks, UCCE)
Cover Crop Selection and Seeding in Orchards (Fred Thomas, CERUS
Consulting; Cindy Lashbrook, Four Seasons Ag Consulting)
Biological Pest Management in Grapes (Cliff Ohmart, Lodi-Woodbridge
New Trends in Winter Pest Control Practices in Almonds (Walt Bentley, UC
Compost Production and Utilization (Mark Van Horn, Student Experimental
Farm, UC Davis)
Soil Biology in Perennial Crops (Kate Scow, Department of Land, Air and
Water Resources, UC Davis)
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