Avogrow webinar series
Avocado nutrition under Californian conditions
Ben Faber from the University of California Cooperative Extension will be joining us to share his experience with nutrient management for avocado orchards in California.
Ben has been a Farm Advisor in Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties since 1989, covering issues associated with production of subtropical crops. These topics include soil and plant nutrition, pests and diseases, management of crops during heat waves, soil and water improvements and overall crop productivity. His emphasis is on subtropical tree crops, such as citrus, avocado and cherimoya and Ben’s goal is to contribute to profitable agriculture systems that optimise people and natural resources.
The Avogrow webinar series is presented by the Avocado Industry Development and Extension team (AV17005). The webinar series will replace the Regional Forums until further notice in response to COVID-19.
Date: Wednesday, 28 October
Time: QLD – 10am, SA – 10:30am, NSW & VIC – 11am, WA – 8am.
Topic: Avocado Nutrition in the California Condition
Agenda: Click here
Location: to be delivered by Zoom. Instructions on how to join and participate will be distributed to attendees. Need some tips on how to join a Zoom meeting? Click here!
RSVP: by Friday October 23 to Amanda on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07 3846 6566 to reserve your spot.
For those who RSVP, we will be sending out instructions on how to join and participate in the webinar directly to you, in advance of the event. We will make a recording available in the BPR afterwards.
This event is part of the strategic levy investment project, Avocado industry development and extension (AV17005), part of the Hort Innovation Avocado Fund. This project has been funded by Hort Innovation, using the Hort Innovation avocado research and development levy, co-investment from the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, and contributions from the Australian Government. Hort Innovation is the grower-owned, not-for-profit research and development corporation for Australian horticulture.