Join AGQ Labs for the 25th Annual Citrus Showcase on next March 8th at the Visalia Convention Center in Visalia, California at Booth 95!
Our Agronomy Director Kenny Lam and his team will be attending all visitors at Booth 95. Come and join us!
At AGQ Labs we are experts in agriculture chemistry and plant-soil-water monitoring control systems. The great value that AGQ Labs brings to the agriculture sector is our global team of expert chemical engineers, agronomists, and scientists. Together, our experts utilize AGQ Labs’ vast reference database of ideal plant-soil-water conditions to optimize crop cultivation for our customers.
AGQ Labs currently provides consultancy for over 1.5 million acres of crops including but not limited to citrus, fruit trees, table grapes, wine grapes, almonds, olives, avocados, berries, sugar cane, energy crops, coffee, horticultural crops and rice.
The Citrus Showcase is organized by California Citrus Mutual. CCM was founded in 1977 by those who felt the need to unite their fellow growers into a cohesive, powerful force. In its earliest days, CCM’s mission was to deliver price information and market data to growers. Over the years, its mission has expanded to meet the growing and changing needs of the industry. CCM is the only advocacy organization representing California citrus growers on the economic, regulatory, and political issues that impact them most.
They are a voluntary, non-profit trade association dedicated to enhancing the sustainability of the California citrus industry by advocating for sound, reasonable policy that allows for fair competition in the market place. Their 2,500 members represent 75% of California 270,000 acre, $3.3 billion citrus industry.
It is their mission to represent the citrus grower and share with members of the public, the legislature, regulatory agencies, and others how the citrus industry supports the economic and environmental health of California and its people. CCM engages in matters ranging from trade, to air quality regulations, pest and disease issues, pesticide regulation, labor, water, and federal and state legislation on behalf of the CA citrus industry.
Do not hesitate to contact us and visit our Agronomy website for more information.
You can find more information about CCM here.