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Featured Content - Single Course Subscriptions

Purchase a single course with access for 2 weeks after activation*

Valent Rice Project

Valent Online Rice Meeting 2021

1.5 DPR (1.0 Other, 0.5 Aerial) | FREE through 4/30/21

Presentations include use details of Bolero UltraMax, Abolish, League MVP (Thiobencarb) and Regiment CA (Bispyribac-Sodium). Presenters include Valent personnel, and UCCE experts, addressing how best to manage tough weeds in Rice production. Open to Growers, PCAs and Applicators. Required Regiment Application Certification for Applicators will be completed.

Thank you to Valent U.S.A. and the California Rice Commission for their sponsorship and support for quality education for CAPCA Members and audiences.

Herbiicide Resistance

The State of Herbicide Resistance

1.0 DPR (1.0 Other) | $15

An informative webinar session where industry members will learn about the current state of herbicide resistace in California, the types of resistance, and how to identify some of the most common resistance species in the California Central Valley found in almond production systems.

Thank you to the Almond Board of California for their sponsorship for quality education for CAPCA Members and audiences.

Gastropods

Gastropods

1.5 DPR (1.5 Other) | $15

This three-part course is a series of presentations from Rory Mc Donnell (Dept. of Crop and Soil Science, Oregon State University) covering identification of slugs and snails; Cheryl Wilen (UCCE San Diego Co. Director & Area IPM Advisor Emerita) presenting on integrated pest management of gastropods; and Irma Tandingan De Ley (Dept. of Nematology, University of California-Riverside) discussing biological controls for gastropods.

Brought to you by the SoCal CAPCA Chapter: Our thanks to Cheryl Wilen, Irma Tandingan De Ley, and Rory Mc Donnell
for supporting quality education for CAPCA Members and audiences.

Subscription Bundles

Purchase the month's subscription with access to specified courses for 2 weeks after activation.* A new selection available on the first of each month.

Need to purchase access for multiple individuals? Please contact the CAPCA office.

March Subscription - 3.0 DPR (1.0 Laws, 2.0 Other) Total Hours | $36

The March 2021 Subscription includes: Field Worker Safety Training, Southern California Invasive Species Update Parts 1 & 2.

This subscription will be available for purchase until 5/31/21.

FWST
Field Worker Safety Training (2021)

1.0 DPR (1.0 Laws)

Field Worker Safety Training primarily focuses on the requirements of a fieldworker training course that would meet compliance with the California Code of Regulations. The course is designed for licensees with the content suited best for Categories D and O.

This course was developed in partnership with the Riverside County Ag Department.

 

 

CAPCA would like to thank County Ag Commissioner Ruben Arroyo and his staff for helping transition this outreach into an online course.

SCISU1
Southern CA Invasive Species Update Part 1 of 2

 

Part 1 of 2 in the Southern California Invasive Species Update is a presentation on the Invasive Shot Hole Borer from Dr. Beatriz Nobua-Behrmann, Urban Forestry Advisor with UCCE.

To recieve 2.0 Other hours, please complete Part 2: CAPCA So. CA Invasive Species Update on the South American Palm Weevil.

Courses must be taken in order.

 

Our thanks to Dr. Nobua-Behrmann for providing quality education for CAPCA Members.

Course image Photo Credit: Don Hodel, UCCE

 

SCISU2
Southern CA Invasive Species Update Part 2 of 2

2.0 DPR (2.0 Other)

Part 2 of 2 in the Southern California Invasive Species Update is a presentation on the South American Palm Weevil from Dr. Mark Hoddle, Dept. of Entomology, UC Riverside.

To recieve 2.0 Other hours, please complete Part 1: CAPCA So. CA Invasive Species Update on the Invasive Shot Hole Borer.

Courses must be taken in order.

Our thanks to Dr. Hoddle for providing quality education for CAPCA Members. 

Course Image Photo credit: Mike Lewis, Center for Invasive Species Research, University of California Riverside

February Subscription - 3.0 DPR (2 Other, 1 Laws) Total Hours | $36

The February 2021 Subscription includes: Industrial Hemp and Cannabis Update,  Grapevine Trunk Diseases, and Handler Training Requirements.

This subscription will be available for purchase until 4/30/21.

Industrial Hemp
Industrial Hemp and Cannabis Update

1.0 DPR (1.0 Other)

“Industrial Hemp and Cannabis Update” from County Ag Commissioners Rick Gurrola of Shasta County and Juan Hidalgo of Santa Cruz County discussing regulatory updates, compliance and pesticide issues for Industrial Hemp and Cannabis. Approx. run time 52 min followed by final quiz.

 

 

Featuring speakers from CAPCA's 2020 Annual Conference, this course is a limited-time release.

Grapevine Trunk Diseases

Grapevine Trunk Diseases

1.0 DPR (1.0 Other)

Presentation from Dr. Akif Eskalen covers efficacy trials that were run in 2019 to control powdery mildew, bunch rot and grapevine trunk diseases with synthetic, biological and organic pesticides; and the integrated disease management of fungal diseases of grapevine. Approx. runtime 60 minutes followed by final quiz.

 

Thank you to Dr. Akif Eskalen and his collaborators for his time and willingness to share the latest research findings in support of quality education for CAPCA Members and audiences.

Handler Training

Handler Training Requirements

1.0 DPR (1.0 Laws)

This course covers the guidelines and requirements for establishing a pesticide handler training program that would meet compliance with the California Code of Regulations. Approx. runtime 60 minutes with  a final quiz.

 

 

 

Thank you to Ahmed Elhawary with the Department of Pesticide Regulation Southern Regional Office for his time and willingness to support quality education for CAPCA Members and audiences.

CCA-only Subscription

Purchase all Certified Crop Adviser (CCA) accredited content for 2 week's access after activation.*

Total 8.0 CCA (5.0 NM, 2.5 SW, 0.5 CM) $30

The CCA-only Subscription includes: Finding Success with Soil Moisture Monitoring, Post Harvest Nutrition, CDFA's Nitrogen Management Update (Summer Session), CDFA's Nitrogen Management Update (Fall Session), and the Calcium series.

Please note all parts or courses within a series must be completed for full credit.

Finding Success with Soil Moisture Monitoring

Finding Success with Soil Moisture Monitoring

CCA-only hours: 1.0 SW

A primer for the PCA/CCA community that directly use soil moisture monitoring for their own operations or support growers who do. Starting with developing a plan for success with monitoring and diving into the use of soil moisture information and the value you can pull from the data it collects. Closing with 3 rules of monitoring that can take a lot of the pain and frustration out of using the data to make better decisions on irrigation management. Approx. runtime 50 min.

Thank you to the Almond Board of California for their sponsorship for quality education for CAPCA Members and audiences.

NM Fall

Nitrogen Management Update (Fall)

CCA-only hours: 1.5 NM 0.5 SW 0.5 CM

Featuring speakers from the Nitrogen Management Update in the 2020 CAPCA Annual Conference, this four-part series includes presentations from Sat Darshan S Khalsa, Assistant Project Scientist at UC Davis; Richard Smith, Farm Adviser in Vegetable Crop Production and Weed Science; Saiful Muhammad Ph.D Research Agronomist, Plant Nutrition, QualiTech Co.; and AgroLiquid Account Manager Dylan Rogers.

Our thanks to CDFA FREP for supporting quality education for CAPCA Members and audiences.

Released in 2020; if you previously completed this course, content is not available for credit.

Nitrogen Management Workshop

FREP & CAPCA Nitrogen Management Update

CCA-only hours: 1.0 NM & 1.0 SW

This three-part series includes the following presentations:
- Fertigation Maintenance and Troubleshooting from Franklin Gaudi, with Irrigation Training and Research Center, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
- Citrus and Avocado Fertilization, from Ben Faber with the UC Cooperative Extension, Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties
- Nitrogen Management in Tree Nuts from Mae Culumber with the UC Cooperative Extension, Fresno County

Our thanks to CDFA FREP for supporting quality education for CAPCA Members.

Released in 2020; if you previously completed this course, content is not available for credit.

Post-Harvest Nutrition

Post Harvest Nutrition

CCA-only hours: 1.0 NM

This 45 minute presentation from QualiTech research agronomist Saiful Muhammad, PhD covers post-harvest nutrition in almonds. Topics include: the importance of post-Harvest nutrition, tree nutrient cycle, nutrient storage and remobilization, and recommended programs.

Released in 2020; if you previously completed this course, content is not available for credit.

Calcium in the Soil

Calcium in the Soil

CCA-only hours: 0.5 NM

In this first of three presentations, Yara North America’s Dr. Steve Petrie breaks down the complexities of calcium in the soil, and the dynamic role it plays in performance of other nutrients and soil conditions. This presentation has received 0.5 CEUs in Nutrient Management from the CCA program.

Released in 2020; if you previously completed this course, content is not available for credit.

Calcium in Crops

Calcium in Crops

CCA-only hours: 0.5 NM

In this second of three presentations, Yara North America’s Dr. Steve Petrie discusses the critical role of calcium related to cell development, reduction in environmental stresses, physiological disorders and pathogenic disease. The presentation has received 0.5 CEUs in Nutrient Management from the CCA program.

Released in 2020; if you previously completed this course, content is not available for credit.

Calcium Fertilization

Calcium Fertilization

CCA-only hours: 0.5 NM

In this part third of three presentations, Yara North America’s Dr. Steve Petrie presents on the importance of calcium as a critical nutrient, and the 4Rs of Nutrient Stewardship related to calcium application. The presentation also details key differentiators among calcium fertilizers. This presentation has received 0.5 CEUs in Nutrient Management from the CCA program.

Released in 2020; if you previously completed this course, content is not available for credit.

* CAPCA Online CE subscription content has changed: instead of one price for everything, now you can choose which content is right for you. In most instances access will be for 2 weeks after you've activated your order. All subscription access will end on June 30, 2021 regardless of purchase or activation date. Subscriptions do not include content from the 2021 CAPCA Spring Summit though content from the Summit may be made available at a later date.

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