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2011 Programs/Presentations


2011


Risk Management Workshop for Greenhouse and Nursery Managers
May 10, 2011 Carpinteria
attendance 33

Photovoltaic Applications in Horticulture and Agriculture
May 16, 2011 UC Davis
attendance 28

Photovoltaic Applications in Horticulture and Agriculture
May 20, 2011 Vista/San Marcos
CANCELLED

Photovoltaic Applications in Horticulture and Agriculture
May 27, 2011 Salinas
CANCELLED

ABCs of Fertilizer and Irrigation Management in Spanish
June 23, 2011 Azusa
attendance43

Photos from the ABCs of Fertilizer Management

Pest Monitoring in Ornamental Plant Production (in English and Spanish)
July 5, 2011 San Marcos
attendance 27

Scouting and Spray Evaluation Workshop
August 23, 2011 Watsonville
attendance 40

Erosion and Pesticide Runoff Management in Nurseries
September 13, 2011 Ventura
Attendance 68

California Nursery Conference
October 6, 2011 Etiwanda (Rancho Cucamonga)
attendance 89

Effective Use of Pesticides in Ornamental Plant Production
(English and Spanish)
October 18, 2011 San Marcos
attendance 26

 

 

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CIMIS conserves water and increases water availability for urban users
The Colorado River is the only source of irrigation and drinking water in the Imperial Valley and the main source in Mexicali, Mexico. As much as 4.5 million acre-feet of Colorado River water is used every year to irrigate more than 500,000 acres in the Imperial Valley and in the Mexicali Valley, Mexico. Growers in Southern California are under continuous pressure to conserve water and transfer some of the agricultural water to urban regions of the state. The current water transfer agreement between the Imperial Irrigation District and the San Diego County Water Authority calls for transfer of up to 200,000 acre-feet annually of Imperial Valley-Colorado River water. Increased irrigation efficiency using CIMIS-based irrigation scheduling techniques and other water conservation practices is needed to supply the water demand in Southern California and northern Baja California.

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