The University of California Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources recently released a new guide entitled, “Common Bees in California Gardens” that may be of interest to California avocado growers.
The Produce Marketing Association’s Fresh Summit consistently provides the California Avocado Commission (CAC) with critical opportunities to network with retailers, distributors, supermarket dietitians, importers, growers, educators, and the media at an event that attracts more than 20,000 attendees from 60 countries. This year was no exception.
Even as the California avocado season drew to a close, fans of the fruit continued to engage with the California Avocado Commissionhttps://www.instagram.com/p/BYji3B7nz3m/?taken-by=ca_avocados on its social media channels — liking, sharing and commenting on a wide range of playful, educational and inspirational posts related to upcoming events and holidays, as well as trending topics on social media and digital platforms.
Summary- The MJO Cycle is beginning the transition from a dry (inactive) phase to favor more active troughing into California and the far west US. The transition should be completed between Nov 17-18th. Support exists in the sea surface temperature anomaly (SSTA) field for a long wave trough in the central N Pacific around 150W, and a second trough near 125-130W.