Online Continuing Education

CAPCA’s mission is to serve as a leader in the industry and continue to provide quality education. In a changing world, that mission and our service to members hasn’t changed. Once available, all courses will have access until 12/31/22

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Spring Summit Recap Bundle $135 SALE PRICE through June 30th.
9.0 DPR Hours (2.0 Laws, 7.0 Other)

CAPCA Spring Recap: Label Update - 1.0 DPR (1.0 Laws)

CAPCA Spring Recap: Cannabis and Hemp Discussion - 1.5 DPR (1.5 Other)

CAPCA Spring Recap: Grapevine Trunk Disease and Processing Tomatoes - 1.0 DPR (1.0 Other)

CAPCA Spring Recap: Laws, Urban Forests, and NOW - 2.0 DPR (0.5 Laws, 1.5 Other)

CAPCA Spring Recap: Pest and Disease Management Focus - 2.0 DPR (2.0 Other)

CAPCA Spring Recap: Rice Hour and Licensing - 1.5 DPR (0.5 Laws, 1.0 Other)

Courses will be available to access and complete through 12/31/2022.

Conference Update $80 for 4.0 DPR Hours (0.5 Laws, 3.5 Other) 

Part I

2.0 DPR (0.5 Laws, 1.5 Other)

Presentations from the 47th Annual Conference. Paul Crout, CAPCA Vice Chair "Licensing and Hours"| Ruben Arroyo, Riverside Agricultural Commissioner "CACASA Update" | Paul Squires, Independent PCA "Drift Issues with High Value Crops – Mitigation and Best Practices" | Drew Wolter, Almond Board of California "Herbicide Resistance in California – Identification and Management"

Course will be available to access and complete through 12/31/2022.

Part II

2.0 DPR (2.0 Other)

Presentations from the 47th Annual Conference. Ian Lemay, CEO California Fresh Fruit "State of Fresh Fruit" | David Holden, Holden Research and Consulting "Current Integrated Pest Management Research in Avocados and Citrus" | Mohammad Yaghmour, UCCE Area Orchard Systems Adviser "IPM for Fruit and Nut Tree Diseases"

Course will be available to access and complete through 12/31/2022.

FEATURED CONTENT - Pollinator Risks & Benefits from the Landscape & Nursery Industries

  • DPR (1.0 Other)

$20

James A. Bethke, Floriculture and Nursery Advisor Emeritus, University of California Cooperative Extension, presents an update on information acquired from a nationwide research effort that tries to answer major gaps in the understanding of the level of bee exposure to pesticides and the relative attractiveness of ornamental plants as pollinator food sources.

Course will be available to access and complete through 12/31/2022.