The Organic Fertilizer Association of California and California Association of Pest Control Advisers (CAPCA) are hosting a “Sustainable/Organic Production in Southern California” seminar on Tuesday, April 11. Learn more.
More than 225 produce industry members attended the Fresh Produce and Floral Council Northern California luncheon where Connie Stukenberg, CAC retail marketing director, presided over the luncheon as FPFC Board Chair.
Summary- We have a brief break in the wet pattern for a few days. The tendency for troughing near and west of N California continues, even as we approach the normal end of the season. Forcing for troughs occurring from the N and north-central coast and WSW-ward is from the sea surface temperature anomaly (SSTA) pattern W of north-central Calif. Forcing for troughs over SE Calif, NW Mexico and Arizona and S Great Basin may still be related to the currently weak El Niño, although the seasonal factors that affect El Niño’s influence are decreasing with the approach of summer.