December 18, 2013 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
Organic/Sustainable Production in the Wine Country
Napa County Fairgrounds|
1435 N. Oak St.
The all-day seminar will focus on sustainable and organic production of wine grapes.
Subjects include: Update by Napa ag commissioner, vineyard disease control, biopesticides, micronutrients, benefits of compost, winery/cellar microbial, vertebrae control, vineyard nutrition and a panel of leading vineyard managers.
Also exhibits by firms providing products acceptable for sustainable and certified organic production.
Presented by California Association of Pest Control Advisers, North Coast Chapter California Association of Pest Control Advisers and Organic Fertilizer Association of California.
CEUs are offered for Certified Crop Advisers (6.0 hours) and licensed Department of Pesticide Professionals (5.5 hours).
Program/registration is available at https://capcaed.com.
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