Join AGQ Labs at the 2018 California Avocado Society’s Annual Meeting next October 4-5 in Temecula, California
Our Agronomy Director, Kenny Lam, and his team will be attending all visitors. Come and join us!
The California Avocado Society, originally named the California Avocado Association, came into being on May 15, 1915 at a meeting held at the Alexandria Hotel in Los Angeles, California. A board of nine volunteer directors was named and bylaws were tentatively formulated. Currently, the California Avocado Society is still led by an all-volunteer board made up of 13 directors from California, as well as six at-large directors from avocado growing areas around the world; Australia, Chile, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, and South Africa.
It is the mission of the California Avocado Society to promote efficiency of production and orderly marketing toward assuring long term profitability for the business of avocado growing.
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 3 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.
AGQ Labs has differentiated itself from other laboratories by using state-of-the-art instruments to perform services rapidly, accurately, and cost effectively for customer needs. Through our international and accredited network of laboratories and R&D and consulting services, we get to the root of the problem by finding the most reliable, sustainable, and valuable solution.
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Find here the agenda of this event.