Citrus Research Board | June 2022
  CRB 2022 Webinar Series

The Citrus Research Boards (CRB) 2022 Citrus Growers Educational Webinar Series continues June 21, and 28, 2022. Each webinar will highlight a specific CRB-funded research area and provide technical insight for growers. 

Continuing education units (CEUs) will be available through the California Department of Pesticide Regulation and Certified Crop Advisers.
 

Check out the information below for more details about each webinar in the series and use the links provided to register.

TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 2022

Regional Farm Advisor Update - Sonia Rios
Overview of Sweet Orange Scab (Elsinoё australis) and Citrus Canker (Xanthomonas citri subsp. citri) and their potential impact on citrus production in California - Dr. Jim Adaskaveg 

Continuing Education Units:  
One hour of "Other" from CDPR and
one hour of IPM from Certified Crop Advisers (CCA).
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 2022

Regional Farm Advisor Update - Cindy Fake
Rootstock Characteristics and New Scions in California - Dr. Mike Roose & Dr. Tracy Kahn  

Continuing Education Units:   
0.5-hour of Crop Management, 0.5-hour Soil and Water Management CE units from Certified Crop Advisers (CCA).
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
Citrus Research Board
Calendar of Events
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all CRB meetings and events listed are subject to change.
Please check CitrusResearch.org for the most up-to-date information.
June
21
CRB Webinar Series #3
June
28
CRB Webinar Series #4
July
13
CPDPC Meeting
August
11
CRB Board Meeting
CLICK HERE TO VIEW FULL CRB CALENDAR
Citrograph Magazine
Check out the Spring 2022 edition of Citrograph Magazine!
CLICK HERE TO VIEW CURRENT AND PAST CITROGRAPHS
Beyond CRB
Advances in Citrus Water Management Workshop - June 22, Palm Desert (Coachella Valley Water District) - Join UC Irrigation Specialists Daniele Zaccaria and Khaled Bali, Subtropical Horticulture Advisors Sonia Rios and Ben Faber, and other University of California experts for this in-person Water Management Workshop at the Coachella Valley Water District in Palm Desert, CA to learn about the latest research and advances in Citrus irrigation. Topics include: Citrus water relations, evapotranspiration and crop coefficients, soil-water budgeting, soil characterization and mapping, tree water status, and strategies for Citrus irrigation management under limited and impaired water supplies. A set of irrigation-related methods, technologies, and products to help schedule irrigation will also be presented during the Workshop. Click here to view agenda. 

To register, please click below. 
CLICK HERE
Source: University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources
Advances in Citrus Water Management Workshop  - June 23, Escondido (San Diego County) - Join UC Irrigation Specialists Daniele Zaccaria and Khaled Bali, Subtropical Horticulture Advisors Sonia Rios and Ben Faber, and other University of California experts for this in-person Workshop at the San Diego County Farm Bureau in Escondido, CA on June 23, 2022 to learn about the latest research and advances in Citrus irrigation. Topics include: Citrus water relations, evapotranspiration and crop coefficients, soil-water budgeting, soil characterization and mapping, tree water status, and strategies for Citrus irrigation management under limited and impaired water supplies. A set of irrigation-related methods, technologies, and products to help schedule irrigation will also be presented during the Workshop. Registration includes participation to the morning and afternoon sessions, lunch meal, and access to the workshop presentations. Click here to view agenda. 

To register, please click below. 
CLICK HERE
Source: University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources
Be a Relevancy Reviewer for USDA SCRI Proposals - Help ensure that USDA Specialty Crop Research Initiative (SCRI) funded projects are meeting the priorities of the California citrus industry by volunteering as a reviewer for SCRI pre-applications. The Relevancy Review is a critical component of ensuring SCRI projects are tackling a critical need for citrus. The time commitment for a relevancy reviewer is about 15-20 hours total, spread over 2 months (usually February and March). Relevancy reviewers can be growers, packers or shippers of specialty crops or staff from organizations that represent growers, packers or shippers of specialty crops.

If you are interested, please send Jessica Shade, Tom Bewick, or Megan O’Reilly the following information by August 1, 2022:
-    First and last name
-    Email to be used for review purposes
-    Physical business address that includes zip code
-    Phone number
-    Organization name
-    Job title
-    Brief statement or list of keywords indicating areas of expertise

To learn more, please click below.
CLICK HERE
Source: United States Department of Agriculture USDA
UC Ag Expert Talks Mealybugs in Citrus (July 27, 2022 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM) - In this webinar, Dr. Sandipa Gautam, University of California Cooperative Extension Area Citrus IPM Advisor at Lindcove Research & Extension Center and Kearney Agricultural Research & Extension Center, will discuss citrus mealybugs in the San Joaquin Valley and how they have become increasingly more concerning over the last 2 to 3 years. Biology, monitoring, and management will be included. 1.0 CEU (other) from DPR and 1 CEU (IPM) from CCA are pending.

To register, please click below. 
CLICK HERE
Source: University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources
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