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2021 Sonoma Grape Expo
November 5, 2021 – Cloverdale Citrus Fairgrounds
The premier north coast wine industry event for growers and PCAs since 1997, the expo will be featuring 3 hrs of PCA Credits/4.5 hrs of CCA Credits, Free Breakfast & Tri-Tip Lunch, Industry Trade Show, State of the Wine Grape Industry presentations and seminars on: Grape Smoke Exposure, Grapevine Trunk Disease, Keeping Spotted Lanternfly out of the North Coast, and an Update on Pesticide Laws & Regulations. A special lunchtime panel discussion led by the Sonoma County Vineyard Technical Group will also be featured on Risk Mitigation Through Collaborative Effort: Why Sonoma County Needs a Wine Grape Pest Control District.
2021 Tree & Vine Expo
November 9, 2021 – Stanislaus County Fairgrounds
The ultimate postharvest gathering place for nearly 1,000 grape, nut and tree fruit growers and PCAs since 1997, this annual event will feature 4.5 hrs of PCA Credits & CCA Credits, Free Breakfast & Tri-Tip Lunch, Industry Trade Show, State of the Almond, Walnut & Wine Grape Industry presentations and seminars on: Collaborative Approaches to Pest & Vectored Disease Management, Navigating the Drought, Supply Chain Disruption & End to Ag Burning Impact, Drought Irrigation Scheduling, Almond & Walnut Disease Management, Almond Variety Selection, Grapevine Trunk Diseases, Walnut Husk Fly & Vine Mealybug IPM, and an Update on Pesticide Laws & Regulations. USDA Farm Service Agency representatives will also be on-site to assist grower in signing up for disaster & tree/vine assistance programs.
2021 Grape, Nut & Tree Fruit Expo
November 12, 2021 – BIG Fresno Fairgrounds
Fresno is the number one ag county in the state and this annual event is held in the center of the Central Valley’s rich and diverse agricultural production. Since 1996, this event has become a tradition for nearly 1,000 grape, nut and tree fruit growers to attend. This year, the expo will be featuring 3.5 hrs of PCA Credits/5 hrs of CCA Credits, Free Breakfast & Tri-Tip Lunch, Industry Trade Show, State of the Raisin, Table Grape, Wine, Almond, Walnut, Pistachio, Pecan, Citrus & Tree Fruit Industry presentations and seminars on: Whole Orchard Recycling, End to Ag Burning, Supply Chain Disruption Impact on Almonds, Drought Irrigation Strategies, Mating Disruption for Navel Orangeworm and Vine Mealybug, Phylloxera in SJV Grapevines, Citrus Rind Quality, New Vineyard Management Tools, Laws & Regulations, and Orchard/Vineyard Weed Management. Keynote luncheon speaker, sponsored by the Fresno State Jordan College Agricultural Sciences & Technology, will feature Dorene D’Adamo from the California Water Resources Control Board to discuss Agricultural Resilience in the Face of Climate Change. USDA Farm Service Agency representatives will also be on-site to assist growers in signing up for disaster & tree/vine assistance programs.
Growers and Exhibitors are Saying…
“The seminars are very helpful and informative. This is the place to go to learn about how to improve orchard management practices. I also enjoy the great food Malcolm Media provides and looking at the new equipment and technology available.”
“We are here at the Tree & Vine Expo because we like to reach out to our customers. So far today we have received quite a few leads and it’s been a great experience for us”
“I’ve been coming to this show for many years. We enjoy meeting with farmers and friends; plus we get a lot of great information about the challenges we are overcoming in the valley.”
“Malcolm Media has done a great job putting these shows together. We have had a terrific volume as far as people coming by the booth. There’s been a great turnout of growers and professionals in the industry. Everybody has been so friendly and wonderful to visit with.”
“I enjoy the grape seminars, meeting with grower friends, and seeing all of the exhibits; and I appreciate getting my Continuing Education credits here.”
“I come every year to the Central Coast Grape Expo; I think it is a great show. They put on a lot of great exhibits and equipment for us to look at and evaluate. They put on a good seminars that help us get our continuing education credits, and we enjoy the time to gather and visit with other growers.”