CAPCA has compiled this list of resources for our members. While our goal is to provide up-to-date information, please be aware that information regarding COVID-19 is constantly changing. We recommend that you continue to follow CDC, State and local guidelines as they are available. COVID-19 vaccination: Find out if it’s your turn Agriculture Workers and […]
The spotted lanternfly is a major threat to numerous crops in California. Jeannette Warnert | May 14, 2020 Strikingly beautiful with a striped yellow abdomen and ruby red and black polka dot wings, the spotted lanternfly’s esthetic appeal belies its destructive nature. “Spotted lanternfly is a major threat to apples, grapes, stone fruits, roses, landscape […]
David Haviland, University of California Vine mealybug is a significant pest in California grapes; it can cause them to be unmarketable, and in wine grapes can reduce the ability of vines to move sugar into the fruit. Vine mealybug a menace in Monterey County Advisor says pest is spreading leaf roll from site to site. […]
Sarah Light reports on Pest Management plans and soil health 2020-06 CAPCA Adviser Pest Mgmt and Soil Health UCCE
After phasing out methyl bromide, growers grapple with crop disease while encountering regulations, labor shortages. The full article can be found HERE
Thanks in large part to PCAs doing their jobs despite the global situation. CDFA works during COVID-19 Pandemic to Facilitate Safe, Healthy Food Supply. The Full Article can be found HERE
The Statewide ban of Chlorpyrifos goes into Effect on February 6th. For full story, click HERE
1.3.2020 New Regulations on Paraquat released. New Regulations can be found HERE
By George Soares Every year the California State Legislature has about nine months—roughly January to September—to conduct its business. Thousands of legislative proposals, usually shaped in the prior Fall months, began their tortured journey through policy and appropriations committees, and Senate and Assembly Floor votes, with some ending up on the Governor’s desk for […]
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