The Advances in Citrus Water Use Workshop and Field Day brings together water experts and specialists from the University of California Cooperative Extension, the California Department of Water Resources, and the Citrus Research Board to learn about research advances in water use and irrigation related to citrus production.

View the agenda for more details.

Date and Time:

Tuesday, March 26 from 8 AM-3 PM

Locations:

Workshop – Strathmore Veterans Memorial Building, Strathmore, CA (Google Map)

Field Session – Mandarin Study Orchard, Strathmore, CA (Google Map)

Registration:

Register here – $45 fee includes admission, coffee, refreshments, and lunch (pre-registration required to receive lunch).

Fee will increase to $50 at the door.

Who should attend: Citrus growers, farm managers, RCDs, irrigation superintendents and consultants, PCAs, representatives from irrigation districts and state agency representatives.

Continuing Education:

Certified Crop Adviser (CCA) hours have been approved.

Contacts for more information:

Logistics and Registration – ANR Program Support, Julia Kalika or Shannon Martin

Course Content – Daniele Zaccaria, UC ANR Cooperative Extension Specialist