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New combination machine for cutting planting and transplanting

At the coming World Trade Fair for Horticulture at IPM in Essen, scheduled for 23 up to and including 26 January 2018, the ISO Group will unveil a new machine, which is a combination of the ISO Cutting Planter 2500 (automatic cutting planter machine) and the ISO Vision Planter (transplanter).Globally, more.....

Inaugural California Coffee Summit

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Inaugural California Coffee Summit

Time: January 18, 2018 from 8am to 4pm
Location: AgriScapes Agricultural Center Cal Poly Pomona
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Event Type: conference
Organized By: UCCE & Cal Poly, Pomona
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The University of California Cooperative Extension and Cal Poly Pomona invite you to the Inaugural California Coffee Summit on January 18th, 2018 from 8am-4pm, at the AgriScapes Agricultural Center Cal Poly Pomona.

Yes, Coffee is now being Commercially Grown in California!

Are you interested in growing, processing and marketing Coffee in California? Would you like to learn about new opportunities for this high-value crop and speak with industry professionals?

The Huntley College of Agriculture is hosting an Inaugural Industry “Coffee Summit” on January 18th at the AgriScapes Outreach Center located on the campus of Cal Poly Pomona.

Hear from the California coffee industry leaders from Santa Barbara and San Diego Counties and from long-time professionals with the University of California, University of Hawaii and USDA. In addition you'll learn about current research field trials to determine which varieties are suitable for production in California.

Summit topics include development of estate coffee, coffee production, pests and diseases, processing methods and marketing. Please join us on January 18th at the AgriScapes Conference Center from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. Continental breakfast, lunch and coffee tasting will be provided!

Summit Contact: Duncan McKee - Cal Poly Pomona


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