Members of the California avocado industry interested in learning more about food safety are encouraged to attend the Safe Food California conference, which will be held April 3 – 5. The conference includes keynote addresses, educational breakout sessions and the opportunity to network with other industry members.
The California Avocado Commission is embarking on a new path regarding production research and grower outreach and will coordinate several small, local grower meetings to hear from you concerning what your questions and needs are as they relate to production, and to begin extending information to help you improve your production practices.
Dr. Patricia Manosalva, director of the University of California, Riverside (UCR) avocado rootstock breeding program, is conducting a grower survey throughout California to identify and learn about the critical challenges avocado growers are currently facing.
The California Department of Food and Agriculture has announced there are two vacancies on the Avocado Inspection Committee. The vacancies are for active avocado handlers and the term of office is two years.
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